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Rosalie Ray

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Columbia University, Urban Planning, 2020
Office: ELA 381
Phone: 512.245.3937
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                                         Research Interests: Sustainable Transportation, Transit Governance, Multi-scalar Planning, and Just Transitions

Courses Taught:

  • Cities and Urban Design
  • Location Analysis
  • Urban Geography
  • Urban Infrastructure Management
  • Community and Regional Planning


2022      Ray, R.S., Garrick, N., and Atkinson-Palombo, C. “Transit-Oriented   Data: The Importance of Data and Coordination to Transit-Oriented
               Urban Transformation” Frontiers In Sustainable Cities

2022      Maaoui, M. and Ray, R. S.  “Beyond the ‘Grands Chantiers’: Planning the contours of a deliberative      
               territorial project for Paris" Journal of Planning Education and Research

2021      Ray, R.S.  “Multi-scalar Deliberative Transportation Planning: ‘Empowerment without Autonomy’ and Bus
               Priority in London” Journal of the American Planning Association 88(3) pp. 365-376

2021      Fischer, L.A., Ray, R.S., and King, D.A. “Who Decides? Toward a Typology of Transit Governance” Urban
               Science 5(1), 6

2019      Ray, R. S. “The Politics of Prioritizing Transit on City Streets” Transportation Research Record 2673 (3),
               pp. 733-742

2019     Ray, R. S.  “Open for Business? Effects of Los Angeles Metro Rail Construction on Adjacent Businesses”
              Journal of Transportation and Land Use 10 (1) pp. 725-742

Working Papers

King County Metro Mobility Equity Cabinet: A Case of Co-Creation in Transportation