Journal Articles

Lilah Besser, Cherilyn Bean, Amanda Foor, Serena Hoermann, & John Renne. Evaluating Racial/Ethnic Equity in Planning-Related U.S. Health Impact Assessments Involving Parks and Greenspaces. Journal of the American Planning Association, 1–15, 2022.
Louis Merlin, Katherine Freeman, John Renne, and Serena Hoermann. Clustered randomized controlled trial protocol of a Mobility-as-a-Service app for College campuses. Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Vol. 14: 100572, 2022.
Jyothi Chava and John Renne. Transit-induced gentrification or vice versa? A study of neighborhoods around light rail stations from 1970 – 2020. Journal of the American Planning Association, 2021.

John Renne and David Listokin. Transit-oriented development and historic preservation across the United States: A geospatial analysis. Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Vol. 10, 100373, 2021. DOI:

Steven C Bourassa, Matin Hoesli, Louis Merlin, and John Renne. Big data, accessibility and urban house prices. Urban Studies. Special issue: Big data and the city. pp. 1-20., 2021. 
Frederick Bloetscher, John Renne, and Serena Hoermann. Unaccounted infrastucture needs for transit- oriented developments. Journal of Infrastucture, Policy, and Development. Vol. 5, Issue 2, 2021.
John Renne, Serena Hoermann and Amir Koleini. Visualizing sea level rise impacts to transportation infrastucture using virtual reality. Journal of Transport Geography. Vol. 93., 103077, 2021,
Lilah Besser, Willa Brenowitz, Oanh Meyer, Serena Hoermann, and John Renne. Methods to Address Self-Selection and Reverse Causation in Studies of Neighborhood Environments and Brain Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Vol. 18, 6484, 2021.
Lilah Besser, Jana Hirsch, James E. Galvin, John Renne, Juyong Park, Kelly R. Evenson, Joel D. Kaufman and Annette L. Fitzpatrick. Associations between neighborhood park space and cognition in older adults vary by US location: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis. Health and Place. No. 66, 102459, 2020.

Serena Hoermann. Little Haiti, Miami—Resilient in the Face of Displacement. In Context 4(1), 16-20, 2021.

Scott Parr, Brian Wolshon, John Renne, Pamela Murray-Tuite and Karl Kim. Traffic Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Statewide Analysis of Social Separation and Activity Restriction. Natural Hazards Review. Vol. 21, No. 3, 04020025, pp. 1-10, 2020. DOI:

John Renne, Brian Wolshon, Pamela Murray-Tuite and Anarag Pande. Emergence of resilience as a framework for state Departments of Transportation (DOTs) in the United States. Transportation Research Part D, Vol. 59, pp. 237-245, 2020. DOI: