Research

Peer-Reviewed Publications

2020

Brown, Anne. “Who and Where Rideshares? Rideshare Travel and Use in Los Angeles.” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. (full text)

Brown, Anne, Nicholas J. Klein, Calvin Thigpen, and Nicholas Williams. “Impeding Access: The Frequency and Characteristics of Improper Scooter, Bike, and Car Parking.” Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives. (full text)

Brown, Anne and Whitney LaValle. “Hailing a change: comparing taxi and ridehail service quality in Los Angeles.” Transportation. (full text)

Brown, Anne, Vinit Mukhija, and Donald Shoup. “Converting Garages into Houses.” Journal of Planning Education and Research. (full text)’

Brown, Anne, Jaimee Lederman, Brian D. Taylor, and Martin Wachs. “Analyzing voter support for California’s local option sales taxes for transportation. Transportation. (full text)

Morris, E. A., Zhou, Y., Brown, A., Khan, S., Derochers, J. L., Campbell, H., Pratt, A., & Chowdhury, M. “Are drivers cool with pool? Driver attitudes towards the shared TNC services UberPool and Lyft Shared.” Transport Policy. (full text)

Lederman, Jaimee, Anne Brown, Brian D. Taylor, and Martin Wachs. “Arguing Over Transportation Sales Taxes: An Analysis of Equity Debates in Transportation Ballot Measures.” Urban Affairs Review. (full text)

2019

Brown, Anne. “Prevalence and Mechanisms of Discrimination: Evidence from the Ride-Hail and Taxi Industries.” Journal of Planning Education and Research. (full text)

Brown, Anne. “Redefining Car Access.” Journal of the American Planning Association. (full text)

Blumenberg, Evelyn, Anne Brown, Kelcie Ralph, Brian Taylor, and Carole Voulgaris. “A Resurgence in Urban Living?  Trends in Residential Location Patterns of Young and Older Adults since 2000.” Urban Geography(full text)

Kim, Anna Joo, Anne Brown, Marla Nelson, Renia Ehrenfeucht, Nancy Holman, Nicole Gurran, Jathan Sadowski, Mara Ferreri, Romola Sanyal, Marta Bastos & Klaas Kresse. (2019). “ Planning and the So-Called ‘Sharing’ Economy / Can Shared Mobility Deliver Equity?/ The Sharing Economy and the Ongoing Dilemma about How to Plan for Informality/ Regulating Platform Economies in Cities – Disrupting the Disruption?/ Regulatory Combat? How the ‘Sharing Economy’ is Disrupting Planning Practice/ Corporatised Enforcement: Challenges of Regulating AirBnB andOther Platform Economies/ Nurturing a Generative Sharing Economy for Local Public Goods and Service Provision.” Planning Theory & Practice. (full text)

2018

Blumenberg, Evelyn, Anne Brown, and Andrew Schouten. “Car-Deficit Households: Determinants and Implications for Household Travel.” Transportation. (full text)

Brown, Anne. “Fair Fares: How Flat and Variable Fares Affect Transit Equity in Los Angeles.” Case Studies on Transport Policy. (full text)

Lederman, Jaimee, Anne Brown, Brian D. Taylor, and Martin Wachs. “Lessons Learned from 40 Years of Local Option Transportation Sales Taxes in California.” Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board. (full text)

2017

Brown, Anne E. “Car-less or car-free? Socioeconomic and Mobility Differences Among Zero-Car Households.” Transport Policy 60, 152-159(full text)

Brown, Anne, Mark Garrett, and Martin Wachs. “Assessing the California Fuel Tax Swap of 2010.”  Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2670, 16-23. (full text)

Brown, Anne E., Taylor, Brian D., and Wachs, Martin. “The Boy Who Cried Wolf: Media Messaging and Traveler Responses to ‘Carmageddon’ in Los Angeles” Public Works Management & Policy 22(3), 1-19. (full text)

Ralph, Kelcie M. and Anne E. Brown. “The Role of Habit and Residential Location in Travel Behavior Change Programs, a Field Experiment.” Transportation. (full text)

Ralph, Kelcie, Carole Turley Voulgaris, and Anne Brown. “Travel and the Built Environment: Insights from the Sprawl Index and Neighborhood Types.” Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2653, 1-9. (full text)

Ralph, Kelcie, Brian D. Taylor, Evelyn Blumenberg, Anne Brown, and Carole Turley Voulgaris. “Millennials, built form, and travel Insights from a nationwide typology of U.S. neighborhoods.” Journal of Transportation Geography 57, 218-226. (full text)

Smart, Michael J., Brown, Anne, Taylor, Brian D. “Sex or Sexuality? Exploring Household Labor and Travel Among Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Households” Travel Behavior and Society 6, 75-82. (full text)

Voulgaris, Carole Turley, Brian D. Taylor, Evelyn Blumenberg, Anne Brown, and Kelcie Ralph. “Synergistic Neighborhood Relationships with Travel Behavior: An Analysis of Travel in 30,000 US Neighborhoods.” Journal of Transportation and Land Use 10(2). (full text)

Book Chapters

2018

Brown, Anne and Brian Taylor. “Bridging the Gap Between Mobility Haves and Have-Nots.” In Three Revolutions: Steering Automated, Shared, and Electric Vehicles to a Better Future. Daniel Sperling (Ed.). Island Press. DOI: 10.5822/978-1-61091-906-7_6.

Monographs

2019

Morris, Eric A., Angela Pratt, Ying Zhao, Anne Brown, Sakib M. Khan, John L. Derochers. “Assessing the Experience of Providers and Users of Transportation Network Company Ridesharing Services.” Center for Connected Multimodal Mobility. (full text)

2018

Brown, Anne E. 2018. “Ridehail Revolution: Ridehail Travel and Equity in Los Angeles.” UCLA Doctoral Dissertation. This research has been extensively covered in the media and was awarded the Barclay Gibbs Jones Award for best dissertation in Planning by the Association of Collegiate Schools in Planning and the Charley V. Wootan Memorial Award for the best dissertation in Transportation by the Council of University Transportation Centers. (full text)

Blumenberg, Evelyn, Anne Brown, Andrew Schouten. “Auto-Deficit Households: Determinants, Travel Behavior, and the Gender Division of Household Car Use.” University of California Center for Economic Competitiveness in Transportation. (full text)

2017

Albrecht, Maxwell, Anne Brown, Jaimee Lederman, Brian D. Taylor, Martin Wachs. “The Equity Challenges and Outcomes of California County Transportation Sales Taxes.” University of California Center for Economic Competitiveness in Transportation. (link)

Popular Press

2020

Brown, Anne, Nicholas J. Klein, and Calvin Thigpen. “Sizing Up Multimodal Parking Violations.” Parking and Mobility, September, p. 25-27.

Thigpen, Calvin, Nicholas Klein, and Anne Brown. “Parking Problems: Motor Vehicle Parking Violations Vastly Surpass Scooters and Bikes.” Institute for Transportation Engineers Journal, 90(5), p. 45-49.

2019

Brown, Anne. “The Equalizer: Could Ride-Hailing Extend Equitable Car Access?” Transfers.

Brown, Anne. “Are ride-hail fees fair?” The Circulator.

Brown, Anne, Vinit Mukhija, and Donald Shoup. “How Single-Family Garages Can Ease California’s Housing Crisis.” CityLab.

2018

Brown, Anne, Vinit Mukhija, and Donald Shoup. “Converting Cars for Garages into Housing for People.” Transfers.

Brown, Anne. “Could a Cap on Ridehailing Curb Equity Gains?” Urbanism Next Blog. September 19.

Brown, Anne E. “L.A.’s taxi industry discriminates against black riders. If we don’t force them to change, they won’t.” Los Angeles Times. August 12.

Brown, Anne E. “What can we learn from ridehail data?The Circulator. August 6.

Brown, Anne and Brian Taylor. “Can ride-sharing apps and autonomous vehicles help bridge the gap between the mobility haves and have-nots?City Metric.

Albrecht, Maxwell, Anne Brown, Jaimee Lederman, Brian D. Taylor, Martin Wachs. “The Equity Challenges and Outcomes of California County Transportation Sales Taxes. UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies Policy Brief.

Brown, Anne. “Car-less or Car-free? Socioeconomic and Mobility Differences Among Zero-Car Households.UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies Policy Brief.

Brown, Anne, Vinit Mukhija, and Donald Shoup. “Zoning to Promote Garage Apartments.” Zoning Practice 5. (full text)