Kobe Boussauw
Kobe Boussauw
Associate Professor of Spatial Planning and Mobility, Cosmopolis Centre for Urban Research - Vrije
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Relationship between spatial proximity and travel-to-work distance: the effect of the compact city
K Boussauw, T Neutens, F Witlox
Regional studies 46 (6), 687-706, 2012
Introducing a commute-energy performance index for Flanders
K Boussauw, F Witlox
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43 (5), 580-591, 2009
Transport policy in Belgium: Translating sustainability discourses into unsustainable outcomes
K Boussauw, T Vanoutrive
Transport Policy 53, 11-19, 2017
Meet & fly: Sustainable transport academics and the elephant in the room
F Caset, K Boussauw, T Storme
Journal of transport geography 70, 64-67, 2018
Flemish Diamond or ABC-Axis? The spatial structure of the Belgian metropolitan area
M Van Meeteren, K Boussauw, B Derudder, F Witlox
European Planning Studies 24 (5), 974-995, 2016
Presence and trends of linear sprawl: Explaining ribbon development in the north of Belgium
T Verbeek, K Boussauw, A Pisman
Landscape and urban planning 128, 48-59, 2014
Minimum commuting distance as a spatial characteristic in a non‐monocentric urban system: The case of Flanders
K Boussauw, T Neutens, F Witlox
Papers in Regional Science 90 (1), 47-66, 2011
Keep the children walking: active school travel in Tirana, Albania
D Pojani, K Boussauw
Journal of Transport Geography 38, 55-65, 2014
Short trips and central places: The home-school distances in the Flemish primary education system (Belgium)
K Boussauw, M Van Meeteren, F Witlox
Applied Geography 53, 311-322, 2014
Planning for agglomeration economies in a polycentric region: Envisioning an efficient metropolitan core area in Flanders
K Boussauw, M Van Meeteren, J Sansen, E Meijers, T Storme, E Louw, ...
European Journal of Spatial Development, 2018
Revisiting car dependency: A worldwide analysis of car travel in global metropolitan areas
P Saeidizand, K Fransen, K Boussauw
Cities 120, 103467, 2022
Accessibility versus air pollution: A geography of externalities in the Brussels agglomeration
N Da Schio, K Boussauw, J Sansen
Cities 84, 178-189, 2019
Colouring inside what lines? Interference of the urban growth boundary and the political–administrative border of Brussels
K Boussauw, G Allaert, F Witlox
European Planning Studies 21 (10), 1509-1527, 2013
Measuring spatial separtion processes through the minimum commute: the case of Flanders
K Boussauw, B Derudder, F Witlox
European journal of transport and infrastructure research.-Delft 11 (1), 42-60, 2011
The relationship between transport disadvantage and employability: Predicting long-term unemployment based on job seekers’ access to suitable job openings in Flanders, Belgium
K Fransen, K Boussauw, G Deruyter, P De Maeyer
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 125, 268-279, 2019
Spatial variation in the potential for social interaction: A case study in Flanders (Belgium)
T Neutens, S Farber, M Delafontaine, K Boussauw
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 41, 318-331, 2013
Linking expected mobility production to sustainable residential location planning: some evidence from Flanders
K Boussauw, F Witlox
Journal of transport geography 19 (4), 936-942, 2011
Does night-time public transport contribute to inclusive night mobility? Exploring Sofia's night bus network from a gender perspective
A Plyushteva, K Boussauw
Transport policy 87, 41-50, 2020
City profile: Ghent, Belgium
K Boussauw
Cities 40, 32-43, 2014
Challenges, threats and opportunities in post-conflict urban development in Kosovo
K Boussauw
Habitat international 36 (1), 143-151, 2012
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