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J-GLOBAL ID:201801002024078346   Update date: Nov. 17, 2018

LO Wan Tzu (Ashley)

LO Wan Tzu (Ashley)
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Research Fellow
Research field  (1): Town planning/Architectural planning
Research keywords  (6): Sustainable Transportation ,  Welfare Analysis ,  Spatial Analysis ,  Built Environment ,  Travel and Activity Space Behaviors ,  Gender Equality
Papers (1):
MISC (1):
  • Jae Hong Kim, Douglas Houston, Jaewoo Cho, Ashley Lo, Xiaoxia Shi, Andrea Hoff, Nicholas Branic, Huy C Ly, Alison L Walker, Yanyan Zhang. Infill Dynamics in Rail Transit Corridors: Challenges and Prospects for Integrating Transportation and Land Use Planning. 2016
Lectures and oral presentations  (2):
  • Does Compact Development Provide an Equal Travel Environment for Men and Women? A Case Study of Los Angeles County Based on 2010-2012 California Household Travel Survey
    (2015 UCCONNECT Student Conference 2015)
  • Do Compact, Accessible, and Walkable Communities Promote Gender Equality in Spatial Behavior?
    (57th Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference 2017)
Education (4):
  • 2004 - 2008 National Chiao-Tung University Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • 2011 - 2013 University of California, Irvine Master of Science in Civil Engineering
  • 2012 - 2013 University of California, Irvine Master of Urban and Regional Planning
  • 2013 - 2017 University of California, Irvine PhD in Transportation Science
Professional career (1):
  • PhD in Transportation Science (University of California, Irvine)
Work history (4):
  • 2009/03 - 2011/07 Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (Taipei Metro) Engineering Assistant
  • 2015/07 - 2015/12 Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Irvine Graduate Student Researcher (Research Project: Infill Dynamics in Rail Transit Corridors: Challenges and Prospects for Integrating Transportation and Land Use Planning)
  • 2016/10 - 2016/12 Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Irvine Graduate Student Researcher (Research Project: The Impact of Urban Form and Travel Mode on Spatial Activity-Travel Patterns)
  • 2017/01 - 2017/03 Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Irvine Graduate Student Researcher (Research Project: Beyond the Half-Mile Walking Distance Buffer: The Impact of Transit Investment on Broader Vicinity Areas)
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