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Xinyu (Jason) CAO
Xinyu (Jason) CAO
Professor, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota
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Correlation or causality between the built environment and travel behavior? Evidence from Northern California
S Handy, X Cao, P Mokhtarian
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 10 (6), 427-444, 2005
15382005
Examining the impacts of residential self‐selection on travel behaviour: a focus on empirical findings
XJ Cao, PL Mokhtarian, SL Handy
Transport Reviews 29 (3), 359-395, 2009
12902009
Examining the impacts of residential self-selection on travel behavior: A focus on methodologies
PL Mokhtarian, X Cao
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 42 (3), 204-228, 2008
9332008
Self-selection in the relationship between the built environment and walking: Empirical evidence from Northern California
S Handy, X Cao, PL Mokhtarian
Journal of the American Planning Association 72 (1), 55-74, 2006
8752006
The influences of the built environment and residential self-selection on pedestrian behavior: evidence from Austin, TX
X Cao, SL Handy, PL Mokhtarian
Transportation 33, 1-20, 2006
6392006
Do changes in neighborhood characteristics lead to changes in travel behavior? A structural equations modeling approach
X Cao, PL Mokhtarian, SL Handy
Transportation 34, 535-556, 2007
5962007
The relationship between the built environment and nonwork travel: A case study of Northern California
XJ Cao, PL Mokhtarian, SL Handy
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43 (5), 548-559, 2009
5182009
Applying gradient boosting decision trees to examine non-linear effects of the built environment on driving distance in Oslo
C Ding, XJ Cao, P Næss
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 110, 107-117, 2018
2802018
Understanding neighbourhood design impact on travel behaviour: An application of structural equations model to a British metropolitan data
PT Aditjandra, C Cao, X& Mulley
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46 (1), 22-32, 2012
2602012
How does neighborhood design affect life satisfaction? Evidence from Twin Cities
XJ Cao
Travel behaviour and society 5, 68-76, 2016
2242016
The interactions between e-shopping and traditional in-store shopping: an application of structural equations model
XJ Cao, Z Xu, F Douma
Transportation 39 (5), 957-974, 2012
2052012
Cross-sectional and quasi-panel explorations of the connection between the built environment and auto ownership
X Cao, PL Mokhtarian, SL Handy
Environment and Planning A 39 (4), 830-847, 2007
1972007
How does the station-area built environment influence Metrorail ridership? Using gradient boosting decision trees to identify non-linear thresholds
C Ding, X Cao, C Liu
Journal of Transport Geography 77, 70-78, 2019
1952019
Exploring causal effects of neighborhood type on walking behavior using stratification on the propensity score
XJ Cao
Environment and Planning A 42 (2), 487-504, 2010
1802010
Neighborhood design and vehicle type choice: Evidence from Northern California
X Cao, PL Mokhtarian, SL Handy
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 11 (2), 133-145, 2006
1732006
Neighborhood design and the accessibility of the elderly: An empirical analysis in Northern California
XJ Cao, PL Mokhtarian, SL Handy
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 4 (6), 347-371, 2010
1692010
The causal influence of neighborhood design on physical activity within the neighborhood: evidence from Northern California
SL Handy, X Cao, PL Mokhtarian
American Journal of Health Promotion 22 (5), 350-358, 2008
1682008
How do individuals adapt their personal travel? Objective and subjective influences on the consideration of travel-related strategies for San Francisco Bay Area commuters
X Cao, PL Mokhtarian
Transport Policy 12 (4), 291-302, 2005
1652005
Synergistic effects of the built environment and commuting programs on commute mode choice
C Ding, X Cao, Y Wang
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 118, 104-118, 2018
1532018
Exploring the connections among residential location, self-selection, and driving: Propensity score matching with multiple treatments
XJ Cao, Z Xu, Y Fan
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 44 (10), 797-805, 2010
1522010
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