LO Wan Tzu (Ashley)

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LO Wan Tzu (Ashley)
Tohoku University
Graduate School of Information Sciences
Job title
Research Fellow
PhD in Transportation Science(University of California, Irvine)

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Jan 2017
Mar 2017
Graduate Student Researcher (Research Project: Beyond the Half-Mile Walking Distance Buffer: The Impact of Transit Investment on Broader Vicinity Areas), Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Irvine
Oct 2016
Dec 2016
Graduate Student Researcher (Research Project: The Impact of Urban Form and Travel Mode on Spatial Activity-Travel Patterns), Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Irvine
Jul 2015
Dec 2015
Graduate Student Researcher (Research Project: Infill Dynamics in Rail Transit Corridors: Challenges and Prospects for Integrating Transportation and Land Use Planning), Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Irvine
Mar 2009
Jul 2011
Engineering Assistant, Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (Taipei Metro)


Sep 2013
Jun 2017
PhD in Transportation Science, University of California, Irvine
Sep 2012
Jun 2013
Master of Urban and Regional Planning, University of California, Irvine
Sep 2011
Jun 2013
Master of Science in Civil Engineering, University of California, Irvine
Sep 2004
Jun 2008
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, National Chiao-Tung University

Published Papers

Lo A. W. -T., Houston D.
JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY   68 42-54   Apr 2018   [Refereed]


Jae Hong Kim, Douglas Houston, Jaewoo Cho, Ashley Lo, Xiaoxia Shi, Andrea Hoff, Nicholas Branic, Huy C Ly, Alison L Walker, Yanyan Zhang
   Jun 2016

Conference Activities & Talks

Do Compact, Accessible, and Walkable Communities Promote Gender Equality in Spatial Behavior?
Ashley (Wan-Tzu) Lo and Douglas Houston
57th Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference   Oct 2017   
Does Compact Development Provide an Equal Travel Environment for Men and Women? A Case Study of Los Angeles County Based on 2010-2012 California Household Travel Survey
Ashley (Wan-Tzu) Lo and Douglas Houston
2015 UCCONNECT Student Conference   Feb 2015