University of Minnesota


The Los Angeles metro is great – so why aren’t people using it?

CityMetric, January 25, 2017

These U.S. Cities Offer the Best Job Access to Transit Riders

StreetsBlog USA, January 9, 2017

Metro ranks #4 in the nation! (At getting you close to work, anyway.)

The Washington Post, January 5, 2017

The Drive: Maybe our rush hour isn't so bad after all

StarTribune, October 02, 2016

OpEd: Missing links in BaltimoreLink bus plan

The Baltimore Sun, September 30, 2016

UMN study measures effects of congestion on access to jobs by car

UMN News, September 20, 2016

New report: Access Across America—Auto 2015

September 20, 2016

Initial Impressions of A Line Bus Mostly Positive

StarTribune, June 27, 2016

Subsidized Uber Rides for Workers Could Be Worth the Cost, University of Minnesota Study Finds

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, June 30, 2016

New report: Accessibility Evaluation of the Metro Transit A-Line

The Transportist, June 6, 2015

U.S. DOT Calls on State, Local Agencies to Help Build National Transit Map

Government Technology, April 20, 2016

How a National Transit Map could connect ‘transit deserts’ to the grid

The Washington Post, March 19, 2016

Why rush-hour traffic isn’t the best way to rank urban mobility

CityLab, August 31, 2015

Accessibility Dynamics and Location Premia: Do Land Values Follow Accessibility Changes?

Urban Studies (online first), July 31, 2015

With Green Line, 2,000 more jobs accessible via rail, study finds

Pioneer Press, June 13, 2015

Traffic study finds most American metros more congested than Twin Cities

Fox9 News, March 31, 2015

Accessibility moves out of the lab and into practice

State Smart Transportation Initiative, December 8, 2014

New video: Transit accessibility to jobs in Chicago, minute-by-minute

Accessibility Observatory, August 5, 2014

Regional accessibility metric offers powerful approach to transportation system planning

State Smart Transportation Initiative, February 10, 2014

This map wants to change how you think about your commute

Atlantic Cities, January 28, 2014

The Accessibility Observatory is a program of the Center for Transportation Studies and the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo- Engineering.