Dr. Runing Ye is a McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellowships researcher in the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne. Before she joined the University of Melbourne, she received her Ph.D. in transport studies from University College London, UK and her master degree in Human Geography from Peking University, China.
Her research primarily focuses on the relationships between built environment, travel behavior, wellbeing and social equity. Her work aims to inform urban policies to promote equitable and healthy urban environments. Dr. Ye has researched land use, transport poverty, funded by Lincoln institution of land policy, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, and The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Hong Kong Research Grant.
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UOM Mckenzie Fellowship 18/21 Runing Ye - Impact Of Urban Design And Green Transport Infra..
Internal Research Grant
Australian city workers' average commute has blown out to 66 minutes a day. How does yours..
Impact of Individuals’ Commuting Trips on Satisfaction and Subjective Well-being - Evidenc..
The determinants of commuting satisfaction in low-income population: A case study of Xi'an..
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The determinants of commuting satisfaction in low-income population: A case study of Xi'an, China
R Ye, H Titheridge
Journal article | 2019 | Travel Behaviour and Society
A growing number of studies have investigated the relationship between travel characteristics and satisfaction with travel and lif..
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Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Hong Kong Research Grant
Graduate Research Scholarships (GRS)
Thesis writing fellowships
Mckenzie Postdoctoral Fellowship
Mckenzie Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Architecture, Building And Planning
International Professional Association for Transport & Health (IPATH)
Oxford Leadership Programme:Global Challenges In Transport
University of Oxford
American association of Geographers
World Conference on Transport Research
University College London