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Walking (and cycling) to well-being: Modal and other determinants of subjective well-being during the commute
PA Singleton
Travel behaviour and society 16, 249-261, 2019
1302019
Discussing the “positive utilities” of autonomous vehicles: Will travellers really use their time productively?
PA Singleton
Transport reviews 39 (1), 50-65, 2019
1282019
Representing pedestrian activity in travel demand models: Framework and application
KJ Clifton, PA Singleton, CD Muhs, RJ Schneider
Journal of transport geography 52, 111-122, 2016
612016
Development of destination choice models for pedestrian travel
KJ Clifton, PA Singleton, CD Muhs, RJ Schneider
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 94, 255-265, 2016
562016
Safety and security in discretionary travel decision making: Focus on active travel mode and destination choice
PA Singleton, L Wang
Transportation Research Record 2430 (1), 47-58, 2014
502014
Exploring synergy in bicycle and transit use: Empirical evidence at two scales
PA Singleton, KJ Clifton
Transportation research record 2417 (1), 92-102, 2014
472014
A theory of travel decision-making with applications for modeling active travel demand
PA Singleton
Portland State University, 2013
43*2013
Pedestrians in regional travel demand forecasting models: State-of-the-practice
PA Singleton, KJ Clifton
92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 13 …, 2013
422013
How useful is travel-based multitasking? Evidence from commuters in Portland, Oregon
PA Singleton
Transportation research record 2672 (50), 11-22, 2018
40*2018
Spatial transferability assessment of a composite walkability index: The Pedestrian Index of the Environment (PIE)
G Lefebvre-Ropars, C Morency, PA Singleton, KJ Clifton
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 57, 378-391, 2017
402017
Cycling by choice or necessity?: Exploring the gender gap in bicycling in Oregon
PA Singleton, T Goddard
Transportation research record 2598 (1), 110-118, 2016
362016
Validating the Satisfaction with Travel Scale as a measure of hedonic subjective well-being for commuting in a US city
PA Singleton
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 60, 399-414, 2019
352019
Active school travel, attitudes and psychological well-being of children
J Stark, M Meschik, PA Singleton, B Schützhofer
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 56, 453-465, 2018
352018
Exploring the positive utility of travel and mode choice: subjective well-being and travel-based multitasking during the commute
PA Singleton
Mapping the travel behavior genome, 259-277, 2020
342020
Investigating travel time satisfaction and actual versus ideal commute times: A path analysis approach
P Humagain, PA Singleton
Journal of Transport & Health 16, 100829, 2020
312020
Travel and cognitive dissonance
J De Vos, PA Singleton
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 138, 525-536, 2020
272020
Considering health in US metropolitan long-range transportation plans: A review of guidance statements and performance measures
PA Singleton, KJ Clifton
Transport Policy 57, 79-89, 2017
25*2017
Multimodal travel-based multitasking during the commute: Who does what?
PA Singleton
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 14 (2), 150-162, 2020
242020
From attitude to satisfaction: introducing the travel mode choice cycle
J De Vos, PA Singleton, T Gärling
Transport Reviews 42 (2), 204-221, 2022
202022
Towards measures of affective and eudaimonic subjective well-being in the travel domain
PA Singleton, KJ Clifton
Transportation 48 (1), 303-336, 2021
20*2021
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