Bradley W. Lane
Bradley W. Lane
Associate Professor, Urban Planning Program, University of Kansas
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Intent to purchase a plug-in electric vehicle: A survey of early impressions in large US cites
S Carley, RM Krause, BW Lane, JD Graham
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 18, 39-45, 2013
Perception and reality: Public knowledge of plug-in electric vehicles in 21 US cities
RM Krause, SR Carley, BW Lane, JD Graham
Energy Policy 63, 433-440, 2013
Effects of providing total cost of ownership information on consumers’ intent to purchase a hybrid or plug-in electric vehicle
J Dumortier, S Siddiki, S Carley, J Cisney, RM Krause, BW Lane, JA Rupp, ...
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 72, 71-86, 2015
The relationship between recent gasoline price fluctuations and transit ridership in major US cities
BW Lane
Journal of Transport Geography 18 (2), 214-225, 2010
Significant characteristics of the urban rail renaissance in the United States: A discriminant analysis
BW Lane
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 42 (2), 279-295, 2008
All plug-in electric vehicles are not the same: Predictors of preference for a plug-in hybrid versus a battery-electric vehicle
BW Lane, J Dumortier, S Carley, S Siddiki, K Clark-Sutton, JD Graham
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 65, 1-13, 2018
A time-series analysis of gasoline prices and public transportation in US metropolitan areas
BW Lane
Journal of Transport Geography 22, 221-235, 2012
Assessing demand by urban consumers for plug-in electric vehicles under future cost and technological scenarios
RM Krause, BW Lane, S Carley, JD Graham
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 10 (8), 742-751, 2016
Government promotion of the electric car: Risk management or industrial policy?
BW Lane, N Messer–Betts, D Hartmann, S Carley, RM Krause, ...
European Journal of Risk Regulation 4 (2), 227-245, 2013
On the utility and challenges of high-speed rail in the United States
BW Lane
Journal of Transport Geography 22, 282-284, 2012
Plug-in electric vehicles: a practical plan for progress
JD Graham, NM Messer, D Hartmann, BW Lane, S Carley, C Crookham
School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University …, 2011
Beyond early adopters of plug-in electric vehicles? Evidence from fleet and household users in Indianapolis
BW Lane, CP Sherman, J Sperl, RM Krause, S Carley, JD Graham
Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2014
Revisiting ‘An unpopular essay on transportation:’The outcomes of old myths and the implications of new technologies for the sustainability of transport
BW Lane
Journal of Transport Geography 81, 102535, 2019
Smart Transportation for All? A Typology of Recent US Smart Transportation Projects in Midsized Cities
SB Kelley, BW Lane, BW Stanley, K Kane, E Nielsen, S Strachan
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 110 (2), 547-558, 2020
Spatial heterogeneity and transit use
T Kobayashi, B Lane
11th world conference on transportation research, 2007
Using the Kaldor–Hicks Tableau to assess sustainability in cost–benefit analysis in transport: An example framework for rail transit
BW Lane, CP Sherman
Research in Transportation Business & Management 7, 91-105, 2013
Pumping the Brakes on Robot Cars: Current Urban Traveler Willingness to Consider Driverless Vehicles
SB Kelley, BW Lane, JM DeCicco
Sustainability 11 (18), 5042, 2019
TAZ-level variation in work trip mode choice between 1990 and 2000 and the presence of rail transit
BW Lane
Journal of Geographical Systems 13 (2), 147-171, 2011
Public Transportation as a Solution to Oil Dependence
BW Lane
Transport Beyond Oil, 107-125, 2013
From early adopters to early quitters
BW Lane
Nature Energy 6 (5), 458-459, 2021
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