Researcher since: 2015
Research Project: Walkability and health – the relationship between built environment and the population’s health status in the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon
Vale, David and Mauro Pereira: “Influence on pedestrian commuting behavior of the built environment surrounding destinations: A structural equations modeling approach. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 10:8, 730-741, doi: 10.1080/15568318.2016.1144836
Vale, David and Mauro Pereira: “The influence of the impedance function on gravity-based active accessibility measures: a comparative analysis”. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 0265813516641685, first published on April 1, 2016 doi:10.1177/0265813516641685.
Vale, David, Miguel Saraiva and Mauro Pereira (2016, in press) Active accessibility: a review of operational measures of walking and cycling accessibility. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 9 (1), pp. 1-27
Vale, David, Mauro Pereira and Rui Alves (2014), GIS as a tool to describe built environment features of medium-sized cities. Proceedings of the XIV Iberian Colloquium of Geography , Guimarães, Portugal, pp. 1739-1744 [PT].
Pereira, Mauro, David Vale and Paula Santana (2014) Walkability and Health: The relationship between built environment and public health indicators. In Santana, P and P. Nossa (coord) Health Geography in the crossroads of knowledge. Coimbra, CEGOT, pp. 608-611 [PT].
“Disclosing and explaining differences in perceived and measured walking distance: their relevance for the measurement of pedestrian accessibility”. XIII NECTAR International Conference, Ann Arbor, USA
“Integration of Land Use and Transport in Medium-sized Cities: Results and Conclusions”. International Seminar: Integration of Land Use and Transport in Medium-sized Cities, Lisbon, Portugal [PT]
“GIS as a tool to describe built environment features of medium-sized cities”. XIV Iberian Colloquium of Geography, Guimarães, Portugal [PT]
“The influence of the impedance function on gravity-based active accessibility measures: a comparative analysis”, COST TU1002 Final Conference, Porto, Portugal
“How urban form influences accessibility: A grid-based evaluation applied to distinct urban contexts in Portugal”, 21st International Seminar on Urban Form, Porto, Portugal
“Active accessibility: a review of operational measures of walking and cycling accessibility”, World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research 2014, Delft, Netherlands
“GIS as a tool to understand interrelations between land use and transport” , 12th ESRI Portugal User Conference, Lisbon, Portugal [PT]
Updated on January 18, 2018