Decision making processes
Urban regions are faced with a multitude of challenges, how decision-makers balance, prioritize and trade-off various—often-conflicting—environmental, economic, and social equity goals is a central concern of my research. I predominately examine this through transport systems and how various personal, institutional, and government decision-making processes affect growth and development of urban areas.
- Understanding how the transportation needs of disadvantaged populations and issues of social equity can be integrated into land use and transportation policies.
- Understanding how people and households of different socio-economic status respond to measures of local and regional accessibility.
- Understanding behavior change in the context of sustainable transportation and its effects on health and well-being.
PhD Urban Planning, McGill (2013)
- Manaugh, K. & El-Geneidy, A. Who benefits from new transportation infrastructure? Using accessibility measures to evaluate social equity. Accessibility and Transport Planning: Challenges for Europe and North America, Edited by Karst Geurs, Kevin Krizek and Aura Reggiani
- Foth, N., Manaugh, K. & El-Geneidy, A. (2013) Towards equitable transit: Examining transit accessibility and social need in Toronto, Canada, 1996-2006. Journal of Transport Geography 29(1).
- Mathez, A., Manaugh, K., Chakour, V., El-Geneidy, A., & Hatzpoulou, M. (2012) How can we alter our carbon footprint? Estimating GHG emissions based on travel survey information. Transportation DOI: 10.1007/s11116-012-9415-8