Interactive Mapping
Peer-Reviewed Publications
  • Stiles, J., & Miller, H. (2024). The built environment and the determination of fault in urban pedestrian crashes: Toward a systems-oriented crash investigation. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 17(1), 97-113.
  • Dumbaugh, E., Stiles, J., Mitsova, D., & Saha, D. (2023). The Most Vulnerable User: Examining the Role of Income, Race, and the Built Environment on Pedestrian Injuries and Deaths. Transportation Research Record, 0(0).
  • Stiles, Jonathan, Yuchen Li, and Harvey J. Miller (2022). How Does Street Space Influence Crash Frequency? An Analysis Using Segmented Street View Imagery. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science
  • Stiles, J., Kar, A., Lee, J. and Miller, H.J. (2021). Lower volumes, higher speeds: Changes to crash type, timing, and severity on urban roads from COVID-19 stay-at-home policies. Transportation Research Record.
  • Miller, H.J., Clifton, K., Akar, G., Tufte, K., Gopalakrishnan, S., MacArthur, J., Irwin, E., Ramnath, R. and Stiles, J. (2021). Urban Sustainability Observatories: Leveraging Urban Experimentation for Sustainability Science and Policy. Harvard Data Science Review.
  • Stiles, J., & Smart, M. J. (2020). Working at home and elsewhere: Daily work location, telework, and travel among United States knowledge workers. Transportation, 1-31.
  • Stiles, J. (2020). Strategic niche management in transition pathways: Telework advocacy as groundwork for an incremental transformation. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 34, 139-150.
  • Stiles, J., & Andrews, C. (2019). Powers of Division:“Smart” Spaces as Controlling Workplace Activity Fragmentation. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 1-11.
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