Jane Gould, PhD
                                Selected Publications and Web


Dear Smartphone:  A User Driven Advice Column- began in 2018 as a public service campaign to bring awareness to Distracted Driving and Phones.   www.dearsmartphone.com

Disrupting Mobility Summit. A Business Case for the Autonomous Car & Baby Boomers, from Aging in Suburbia: Gray Homes-Green Cars, MIT Media Lab, Nov. 2015.

www.grayhomesgreencars.com - Current postings and continuing updates for Aging in Suburbia (2015-2018)

Aging in Suburbia: Gray Homes- Green Cars. Copyright 2014. www.amazon.com/author/janegould

Cell Phone Enabled Travel Surveys: The Medium Moves the Message. Transport Survey Methods: Best Practice for Decision Making, Zmud, Lee-Gosselin, et al. Emerald, 2013.

Transportation Research Board. Ninth International Conference on Survey Methods. Presentation. Advances in Survey Design and Smart Phone Applications. Puyehue, Chile. Nov. 2011.

Social Experiment to Encourage Drive-Alone Commuters to Try Transit, with J. Zjou, Transportation Research Record. Vol. 2144. pp. 93-101. 2010.

Electronic Instrument Design and User Interfaces: Synthesis, with E. Murikami and S. O’Connor. Transport Survey Methods, P. Bonnel, M. Gosselin, et al, 2009.

Transportation Research Board, Fourth International Conference on Women’s Issues in Travel. A Commitment to Continue: The Decision to Take Transit, Oct. 2009, Irvine Ca.

Transportation Research Board, Eighth International Conference on Survey Methods. Investigating User Supplied GIS Data, Annecy, France May 2008.

Transportation Research Board, Presentation. The Commute to Work Using GIS and Survey Data. January 2007.

Geographical Information Systems (ESRI) Presentation. GIS and Commuter Patterns in Southern California” August 2006.

MTA-UCLA BruinGo Transit Award Reporting. 2005. Principal.

Consumer E-Commerce, Virtual Accessibility and Sustainable Transport, with T. Golob. In Social Change & Sustainable Transport, Black & Nijkamp (eds.) Indiana University Press, 2002.

Threats and Opportunities from New Interactive Media, with P. Barwise and A. Sahay European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 32, No. 7/8, 1998.

Driven to Shop? The Role of Transportation in Future Home Shopping, Transportation Research Record no. 1617, 1998.

Markle Foundation Study on the Future of the Internet, LBS working paper series. London Business School, 1997-1999.

Shopping Without Travel or Travel Without Shopping? An Investigation of Electronic Home Shopping, with T. Golob, Transport Reviews, Fall 1997.

Fleet Demand for Alternative Fuel Vehicles Among Commercial Fleet Operators, with T. Golob, S. Crane, et al. Transportation Research A, March, 1997.

Clean Air Forever? A Longitudinal Analysis of Opinions about Air Pollution and the Electric Vehicle. Transportation Research D, Vol. 3, Issue 3, 1998.

Trial and Error: Measurement Issues and Results from a Household Trial of Electric Vehicles, with T. Golob, Transportation Research B. Vol. 32, Issue 7, 1998.

An Assessment of Transportation Issues Under Exceptional Conditions: The Case of the Mass Media and Northridge Earthquake. Journal of Transportation & Statistics Vol. 1, No. 2, 1998.

Will Electronic Home Shopping Reduce Travel? with T. Golob. Access Magazine, UCTC, 1998.