Steven Farber
Steven Farber
Associate Professor, University of Toronto
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The who, why, and when of Uber and other ride-hailing trips: An examination of a large sample household travel survey
M Young, S Farber
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 119, 383-392, 2019
Temporal variability in transit-based accessibility to supermarkets
S Farber, MZ Morang, MJ Widener
Applied Geography 53, 149-159, 2014
Relative accessibility deprivation indicators for urban settings: definitions and application to food deserts in Montreal
A Páez, R Gertes Mercado, S Farber, C Morency, M Roorda
Urban Studies 47 (7), 1415, 2010
Identifying Public Transport Gaps Using Time-Dependent Accessibility Levels
K Fransen, T Neutens, S Farber, P De MAeyer, G Deruyter, F Witlox
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting, 2016
A simulation-based study of geographically weighted regression as a method for investigating spatially varying relationships
A Páez, S Farber, D Wheeler
Environment and Planning A 43 (12), 2992-3010, 2011
Distance traveled in three Canadian cities: Spatial analysis from the perspective of vulnerable population segments
C Morency, A Paez, MJ Roorda, R Mercado, S Farber
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (1), 39-50, 2011
Accessibility to health care facilities in Montreal Island: an application of relative accessibility indicators from the perspective of senior and non-senior residents
A Paez, RG Mercado, S Farber, C Morency, M Roorda
International journal of health geographics 9 (1), 52, 2010
Spatiotemporal accessibility to supermarkets using public transit: an interaction potential approach in Cincinnati, Ohio
MJ Widener, S Farber, T Neutens, M Horner
Journal of Transport Geography 42, 72-83, 2015
A systematic investigation of cross-validation in GWR model estimation: empirical analysis and Monte Carlo simulations
S Farber, A Páez
Journal of Geographical Systems 9 (4), 371-396, 2007
Moving window approaches for hedonic price estimation: an empirical comparison of modelling techniques
A Páez, F Long, S Farber
Urban Studies 45 (8), 1565-1581, 2008
My car, my friends, and me: a preliminary analysis of automobility and social activity participation
S Farber, A Páez
Journal of Transport Geography 17 (3), 216-225, 2009
Using urban commuting data to calculate a spatiotemporal accessibility measure for food environment studies
MJ Widener, S Farber, T Neutens, MW Horner
Health & place 21, 1-9, 2013
Trip generation of vulnerable populations in three Canadian cities: A spatial ordered probit approach
MJ Roorda, A Páez, C Morency, R Mercado, S Farber
Transportation 37 (3), 525-548, 2010
Compact development and preference heterogeneity in residential location choice behaviour: A latent class analysis
FH Liao, S Farber, R Ewing
Urban studies 52 (2), 314-337, 2015
Sizing up transport poverty: A national scale accounting of low-income households suffering from inaccessibility in Canada, and what to do about it
J Allen, S Farber
Transport policy 74, 214-223, 2019
The social interaction potential of metropolitan regions: A time-geographic measurement approach using joint accessibility
S Farber, T Neutens, HJ Miller, X Li
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103 (3), 483-504, 2013
Dynamic public transit accessibility using travel time cubes: Comparing the effects of infrastructure (dis)investments over time
S Farber, L Fu
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 62, 30-40, 2017
Potential Path Areas and Activity Spaces in Application: A Review
Z Patterson, S Farber
Transport Reviews: A Transnational Transdisciplinary Journal, 2015
Assessing social equity in distance based transit fares using a model of travel behavior
S Farber, K Bartholomew, X Li, A Paez, K Nurul Habib
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 67, 291-303, 2014
Measuring Segregation Using Patterns of Daily Travel Behavior: Social Interaction-Based Model of Exposure
S Farber, M O'Kelly, H Miller, T Neutens
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting, 2016
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