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Featured Peer-reviewed Research Articles


[28] Kim, J. Lee, J., Thornhill T. [...] Gonsalves, G. (2024). Accessibility of Opioid Treatment Programs Based on Conventional vs Perceived Travel Time Measures. JAMA Network Open 

[27] Kim, J.*, Park, J., Lee., J., & Jang. K. (2024). Examining the socio-spatial patterns of bus shelters with deep learning analysis of street-view images: A case study of 20 cities in the U.S. Cities 

[26] Kim, J.*, Lee, J., Jang, K., & Lourentzou, I. (2024). Exploring the limitations in how ChatGPT introduces environmental justice issues in the United States: A case study of 3,108 counties. Telematics and Informatics. 102085.

[25] Kim, J.*, Rapuri, S., Wang, K., Guan, W., & Laituri, M. (2024). A scoping review of COVID-19 research adopting quantitative geographical methods in geography, urban studies, and planning: a text mining approach. Annals of GIS.


[24] Kim, J. & Jang, K. (2023). An examination of the spatial coverage and temporal variability of Google Street View (GSV) images in small- and medium-sized cities: A people-based approach. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems. 102.

[23] Kim, J.* & Lee, J. (2023). How does ChatGPT introduce transport problems and solutions in North America? Findings, March.

[22] Kim, J. & Lee, B. (2023). Campus commute mode choice in a college town: An application of the integrated choice and latent variable (ICLV) model. Travel Behaviour and Society, 30.  

[21] Kim, J.*, Rapuri, S., Chuluunbaatar, E., Sumiyasuren, E., Lkhagvasuren, B., Budhathoki, N., & Laituri, M. (2023). Developing and examining the transit-based accessibility to hospitals of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, Habitat International, 131. 

[20] Lee, J., & Kim, J. (2023). Social equity analysis of public transit accessibility to healthcare might be erroneous when travel time uncertainty impacts are overlooked, Travel Behaviour and Society, 32.  

[19] Javanmard, R., Lee, J., Kim, J., Lu, L., & Diab, E. (2023). The impacts of the modifiable spatial unit problem (MSUP) on social equity analysis of public transit reliability. Journal of Transport Geography, 106, 103500. 

[18] Jin, C., Park, S., Ha, H. J., Lee, J., Kim, J., Hutchenreuther, J., & Nara, A. (2023). Predicting households’ residential mobility trajectories with geographically localized interpretable model-agnostic explanation (GLIME). International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 1-23. 

[17] Xu, T., Wang, S., Liu, Q., Kim, J., Zhang, J., Ren, Y., ... & Wu, J. (2023). Vegetation color exposure differences at the community and individual levels: An explanatory framework based on the neighborhood effect averaging problem. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 86, 128001.


[16] Kim, J.*, Hagen, E., Muindi, Z., Mbonglou, G., & Laituri, M. (2022). An examination of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) accessibility and opportunity in urban informal settlements during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from Nairobi, Kenya. Science of the Total Environment, 823, 153398. 

[15] Wang, J., Kim, J., & Kwan, M-P. (2022). An exploratory assessment of the effectiveness of geomasking methods on privacy protection and analytical accuracy for individual-level geospatial data. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 49(5), 385-406. 

[14] Kim, Y., Kim, J., Ha, H., Nakajima, N, & Lee, J. (2022). Job accessibility as a lens for understanding the urban structure of colonial cities: A digital humanities study of the colonial Seoul in the 1930s using GIS. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 11(12), 614, 1-16. 

[13] Singh, S., Javanmard, R., Lee, J., Kim, J., & Diab, E. (2022). Evaluating the accessibility benefits of the new BRT system during the COVID-19 pandemic in Winnipeg, Canada. Journal of Urban Mobility, 2, 100016. 

[12] Ha, H. J., Lee, J., Kim, J., & Kim, Y. (2022). Uncovering Inequalities in Food Accessibility between Koreans and Japanese in 1930s Colonial Seoul Using GIS and Open-Source Transport Analytics Tools. Sustainability, 14(19), 11852. 

[11] Laituri, M., Richardson, R., Kim, J., Cline, L., Viscuso, S., & Schwartz, L. Examining second-order impacts of COVID-19 in urban areas. (2022). Annals of GIS, 28(4), 479-490.   


[10] Kim, J., & Kwan, M.-P. (2021). How neighborhood effect averaging might affect assessment of individual exposures to air pollution: A study of ozone exposures in Los Angeles. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 111(1), 121-140.

[9] Kim, J., & Kwan, M-P. (2021). Assessment of sociodemographic disparities in environmental exposure might be erroneous due to neighborhood effect averaging: Implications for environmental inequality research. Environmental Research, 195, 110519.

[8] Kim, J., & Kwan, M-P. (2021). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people’s mobility: A longitudinal study of the U.S. from March to September of 2020, Journal of Transport Geography, 93, 103039.

[7] Kim, J., Kwan, M.-P., Levenstein, M. C., & Richardson, D. B. (2021). How do people perceive the disclosure risk of maps? Examining the perceived disclosure risk of maps and its implications for geoprivacy protection. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 48(1), 2-20.

[6] Kim, J., & Kwan, M-P. (2021). An examination of people’s privacy concerns, perceptions of social benefits, and acceptance for COVID-19 mitigation measures that harness location information: A comparative study of the U.S. and South Korea. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 10(1), 25, 1-23.

[5] Kim, J., & Kwan, M-P. (2021). Travel time errors caused by geomasking might be different between transportation modes and types of urban area. Transactions in GIS, 25(4), 1910-26.  

[4] Kim, Y., Lee, J., Kim, J., & Nakajima, N. The disparity in transit travel time between Koreans and Japanese in 1930s Colonial Seoul. (2021). Findings, July.

[3] Huang, J., Kwan, M.-P., & Kim, J. (2021). How culture and sociopolitical tensions might influence people’s acceptance of COVID-19 control measures that use individual-level georeferenced data. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 10(7), 490, 1-19.


[2] Kim, J., & Lee, B. (2019). More than travel time: New job accessibility index capturing the connectivity of transit services. Journal of Transport Geography, 78, 8-18.

[1] Kim, J., & Kwan, M.-P. (2019). Beyond commuting: Ignoring individuals’ activity-travel patterns may lead to inaccurate assessments of their exposure to traffic congestion. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(1), 1-20.


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