Dec 08, 2010

Professor Zhan Guo Wins Award for Best Paper

Dr. Zhan Guo, Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and Transportation Policy and Director of Research at the Rudin Center, has won the award for Best Transportation Paper, presented by the University Transportation Research Center, Region 2. Professor Guo's paper, "Does the Built Environment Affect the Utility of Walking? A Case of Path Choice in Downtown Boston," was published in Transportation Research D: Transport and Environment, Vol. 14 in 2009.

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