Ugo Lachapelle
Ugo Lachapelle
Associate professor, Département d'études urbaines et touristiques, Université du Québec à Montréal
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TitleCited byYear
Transit and health: mode of transport, employer-sponsored public transit pass programs, and physical activity
U Lachapelle, LD Frank
Journal of public health policy 30 (1), S73-S94, 2009
1402009
Commuting by Public Transit and Physical Activity: Where You Live, Where You Work, and How You Get There
U Lachapelle, L Frank, BE Saelens, JE Sallis, TL Conway
Journal of Physical Activity and Health 8 (1), S72, 2011
1172011
Does the commute mode affect the frequency of walking behavior? The public transit link
U Lachapelle, RB Noland
Transport policy 21, 26-36, 2012
692012
Teaching children about bicycle safety: An evaluation of the New Jersey Bike School program
U Lachapelle, RB Noland, LA Von Hagen
Accident Analysis & Prevention 52, 237-249, 2013
392013
Riding tandem: Does cycling infrastructure investment mirror gentrification and privilege in Portland, OR and Chicago, IL?
E Flanagan, U Lachapelle, A El-Geneidy
Research in Transportation Economics 60, 14-24, 2016
292016
Active school trips: associations with caregiver walking frequency
H Park, RB Noland, U Lachapelle
Transport policy 29, 23-28, 2013
192013
Active transportation by transit-dependent and choice riders and potential displacement of leisure physical activity
U Lachapelle, LD Frank, JF Sallis, BE Saelens, TL Conway
Journal of planning education and research 36 (2), 225-238, 2016
172016
Longer or more frequent walks: examining the relationship between transit use and active transportation in Canada
U Lachapelle, DG Pinto
Journal of Transport & Health 3 (2), 173-180, 2016
152016
Walk, Bicycle, and Transit Trips of Transit-Dependent and Choice Riders in the 2009 United States National Household Travel Survey
U Lachapelle
Journal of physical activity & health 12 (8), 1139 – 1147, 2015
152015
On the complexity of finishing a crossing on time: Elderly pedestrians, timing and cycling infrastructure
U Lachapelle, MS Cloutier
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 96, 54-63, 2017
142017
“Outta my way!” Individual and environmental correlates of interactions between pedestrians and vehicles during street crossings
MS Cloutier, U Lachapelle, AA d’Amours-Ouellet, J Bergeron, S Lord, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 104, 36-45, 2017
132017
Reconciling the construct of walking in physical activity and transportation research
U Lachapelle
American journal of preventive medicine 37 (4), 372-373, 2009
92009
Parcel locker systems in a car dominant city: Location, characterisation and potential impacts on city planning and consumer travel access
U Lachapelle, M Burke, A Brotherton, A Leung
Journal of Transport Geography 71, 1-14, 2018
82018
Inconsistencies in associations between crime and walking: a reflection of poverty and density
U Lachapelle, RB Noland
International journal of sustainable transportation 9 (2), 103-115, 2015
82015
Telecommuting and sustainable travel: Reduction of overall travel time, increases in non-motorised travel and congestion relief?
U Lachapelle, GA Tanguay, L Neumark-Gaudet
Urban Studies 55 (10), 2226-2244, 2018
62018
Public transit use as a catalyst for an active lifestyle: mechanisms, predispositions and hindrances
UGO Lachapelle
University of British Columbia, 2010
62010
Transportation costs and urban sprawl in Canadian metropolitan areas
M Young, GA Tanguay, U Lachapelle
Research in Transportation Economics 60, 25-34, 2016
52016
Transportation behaviours of the growing Canadian single-person households
M Young, U Lachapelle
Transport Policy 57, 41-50, 2017
42017
Riding Tandem: Does Cycling Infrastructure Investment Mirror Gentrification and Privilege in Portland, Oregon, and Chicago, Illinois?
E Flanagan, U Lachapelle, A El-Geneidy
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2016
42016
Are cell phone samples needed for studies of walking activity?
U Lachapelle, MD Weiner, RB Noland
Transportation research record 2285 (1), 56-65, 2012
42012
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