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Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken
Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken
Acting Director, Mobilizing Justice Partnership; Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Toronto
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Transport and equity in Latin America: a critical review of socially oriented accessibility assessments
G Vecchio, I Tiznado-Aitken, R Hurtubia
Transport reviews 40 (3), 354-381, 2020
1502020
Public transport accessibility accounting for level of service and competition for urban opportunities: An equity analysis for education in Santiago de Chile
I Tiznado-Aitken, JC Muñoz, R Hurtubia
Journal of Transport Geography 90, 102919, 2021
792021
The role of accessibility to public transport and quality of walking environment on urban equity: the case of Santiago de Chile
I Tiznado-Aitken, JC Muñoz, R Hurtubia
Transportation Research Record 2672 (35), 129-138, 2018
712018
Understanding accessibility through public transport users' experiences: A mixed methods approach
I Tiznado-Aitken, K Lucas, JC Muñoz, R Hurtubia
Journal of Transport Geography 88, 102857, 2020
682020
How uneven is the urban mobility playing field? Inequalities among socioeconomic groups in Santiago De Chile
V Iglesias, F Giraldez, I Tiznado-Aitken, JC Muñoz
Transportation research record 2673 (11), 59-70, 2019
652019
Exploring the social and spatial potential of an intermodal approach to transport planning
L Sagaris, I Tiznado-Aitken, S Steiniger
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 11 (10), 721-736, 2017
552017
Sustainable transport and gender equity: Insights from Santiago, Chile
L Sagaris, I Tiznado-Aitken
Urban mobility and social equity in Latin America: evidence, concepts …, 2020
51*2020
Pandemic-related streets transformations: Accelerating sustainable mobility transitions in Latin America
G Vecchio, I Tiznado-Aitken, R Mora-Vega
Case Studies on Transport Policy 9 (4), 1825-1835, 2021
342021
Using PAR to frame sustainable transport and social justice on policy agendas. A pilot experience in two contrasting Chilean cities
L Sagaris, E Berríos, I Tiznado-Aitken
Journal of Transport Geography 83, 102654, 2020
292020
Facing the future of transit ridership: shifting attitudes towards public transit and auto ownership among transit riders during COVID-19
M Palm, J Allen, Y Zhang, I Tiznado-Aitken, B Batomen, S Farber, ...
Transportation 51 (2), 645-671, 2024
28*2024
A bumpy ride: structural inequalities, quality standards, and institutional limitations affecting cycling infrastructure
I Tiznado-Aitken, R Mora, G Oyarzún, J Vergara, G Vecchio
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 110, 103434, 2022
232022
Incentive schemes for bus drivers: The case of the public transit system in Santiago, Chile
I Tiznado, P Galilea, F Delgado, M Niehaus
Research in Transportation Economics 48, 77-83, 2014
232014
Delivery workers and the interplay of digital and mobility (in) justice
G Vecchio, I Tiznado-Aitken, C Albornoz, M Tironi
Digital Geography and Society 3, 100036, 2022
212022
Freedom of choice? Social and spatial disparities on combined housing and transport affordability
I Tiznado-Aitken, K Lucas, JC Munoz, R Hurtubia
Transport Policy 122, 39-53, 2022
192022
Unequal periurban mobility: Travel patterns, modal choices and urban core dependence in Latin America
I Tiznado-Aitken, G Vecchio, LA Guzman, J Arellana, M Humberto, ...
Habitat International 133, 102752, 2023
172023
How equitable is access to opportunities and basic services considering the impact of the level of service? The case of Santiago, Chile
I Tiznado-Aitken, JC Muñoz, R Hurtubia
International Transport Forum Discussion Paper, 2016
172016
Fair transport policies for older people: Accessibility and affordability of public transport in Santiago, Chile
G Vecchio, I Tiznado-Aitken, B Castillo, S Steiniger
Transportation 51 (2), 689-715, 2024
162024
Using the five Ws to explore bikeshare equity in Santiago, Chile
I Tiznado-Aitken, J Fuenzalida-Izquierdo, L Sagaris, R Mora
Journal of transport geography 97, 103210, 2021
162021
Vulnerable individuals and institutions: The double territorial burden of COVID-19 in Chile
G Vecchio, I Tiznado-Aitken, S Steiniger
Town Planning Review 92 (2), 271-277, 2021
142021
Inequalities of extreme commuting across Canada
J Allen, M Palm, I Tiznado-Aitken, S Farber
Travel behaviour and society 29, 42-52, 2022
122022
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