Dr Dong Lin


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Dr. Dong Lin is a transport planner with a PhD in Planning. His current research interests include transport planning, road safety, transport and health, travel behaviour, and walking and cycling. Dong’s PhD research focused on the impacts of built environments, urban spatial patterns and sociodemographic characteristics on travel behaviour and their applications to quality of life and wellbeing. Dong has published his work in a number of leading international peer-reviewed journals in the field of transport and planning. He is a reviewer for more than ten scholarly journals published by Elsevier, Routledge, Wiley and SAGE.

PUBLICATIONS

Lin, D, Allan, A & Cui, J 2017, ‘Sub-centres, socio-economic characteristics and commuting: A case study and its implications’, International Journal of Urban Sciences, 21(2), pp.147-171 ISSN: 1226-5934, Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Cui, J, Loo, B & Lin, D 2017, ‘Travel behaviour and mobility needs of older adults in an ageing and car-dependent society’, International Journal of Urban Sciences, 21(2), pp.109-128 ISSN: 1226-5934, Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Lin, D, Allan, A & Cui, J 2016, ‘Exploring differences in commuting behaviour among various income groups during polycentric urban development in China: New evidence and its implications’, Sustainability 8(11), 1188, ISSN: 2071-1050.

Lin, D, Allan, A & Cui, J 2016, ‘The influence of jobs–housing balance and socio-economic characteristics on commuting in a polycentric city: New evidence from China’, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) Special Issue – Towards HABITAT III: Housing and Sustainable Urban Development, Environment and Urbanization Asia 7(2), pp. 157-176, ISSN: 0975-4253, SAGE.

Cui, J & Lin, D 2016, ‘Utilisation of underground pedestrian systems for urban sustainability’, Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 55, pp.194-204, ISSN: 0886-7798, Elsevier.

Lin, D, Allan, A & Cui, J 2015, ‘The impact of polycentric urban development on commuting behaviour in urban China: Evidence from four sub-centres of Beijing’, Habitat International 50, pp. 195-205, ISSN: 0197-3975, Elsevier.

Lin, D, Allan, A & Cui, J 2015, ‘The impacts of urban spatial structure and socio-economic factors on patterns of commuting: A review’, International Journal of Urban Sciences 19(2), pp.238-255, ISSN: 1226-5934, Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Cui, J, Allan, A, Taylor, M & Lin, D 2015, ‘An examination of pedestrian trip behaviour in underground pedestrian systems’, International Planning Studies 20(3), pp. 209-227, ISSN: 1356-3475, Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Cui, J, Allan, A & Lin, D 2015, ‘Assessing grade separation pedestrian systems: Planning, design and operation’, Urban Design International 20(3), pp. 241-252, ISSN: 1357-5317, Palgrave Macmillan.

Cui, J, Allan, A & Lin, D 2013, ‘The development of grade separation pedestrian systems: A review’, Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 38, pp. 151-160, ISSN: 0886-7798, Elsevier.

Cui, J, Allan, A, Taylor, M & Lin, D 2013, ‘Underground pedestrian systems development in cities: Influencing factors and implications’, Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology 35, pp. 152-160, ISSN: 0886-7798, Elsevier.

Cui, J, Allan, A, Taylor, M & Lin, D 2012, ‘Developing Shanghai underground pedestrian system under urbanization: Mobility, functionality and equality’, Journal of Architecture and Urbanism 36(4), pp. 283-297, ISSN: 2029-7955, Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Cui, J, Allan, A, Taylor, M & Lin, D 2012, ‘The perception of accessibility and ease of orientation of underground pedestrian systems: A survey in Shanghai’, International Journal of Urban Sciences 16(3), pp. 301-320, ISSN: 1226-5934, Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Cui, J, Allan, A & Lin, D 2014, ‘The development of underground pedestrian systems: A SWOT analysis and literature review’, 14th World Conference of ACUUS, Seoul, South Korea, September 24-26.

Lin, D, Allan, A & Cui, J 2013, ‘Does polycentric urban spatial development lead to less commuting’, 49th ISOCARP International Congress: Frontiers of Planning: Evolving and Declining Models of City Planning, Brisbane, Australia, October 1-4.

Lin, D, Allan, A, Cui, J & McLaughlin, R 2012, ‘The effects of polycentric development on commuting patterns in metropolitan areas: A review’, Regional Studies Association Global Conference 2012, Peking University and Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, June 24-27.

Cui, J, Allan, A & Lin, D 2011, ‘Influencing factors for developing underground pedestrian systems in cities’, 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum, Adelaide, Australia, September 28-30.

Lin, D 2011, ‘Planning for low carbon cities: Exploring the relationship between mobility and spatial patterns’. 6th National Forum and Workshop for Early Career Researchers of Australian Climate Change Adaptation Research Network for Settlements and Infrastructure (ACCARNSI), National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF), University of the Sunshine Coast, Novermber 21-23.

Cui, J, Allan, A & Lin, D 2010, ‘The development of underground pedestrian systems in city centres under the guidance of walkable cities’, 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum, Canberra, Australia, September 29-October 1.

Cui, J, Allan, A & Lin, D 2010, ‘Integrating underground pedestrian systems from the perspective of walkability’, Sustainable Transport in the Asia-Indo-Pacific: Varied Contexts – Common Aims, Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, June 2-4.

Cui, J, Allan, A & Lin, D 2010, ‘A sustainable walking environment in central area of metropolis – underground pedestrian system and integrated utilization of ground & underground space’, International Conference on Sustainable Urbanization, Hong Kong SAR, China, December 15-17.

Cui, J, Allan, A & Lin, D 2010, ‘Analysis of motivations of developing underground pedestrian systems – decisive effect of weather conditions’, 11th International Walk21 Conference and 23rd International Workshop of the International Co-operation on Theories and Concepts in Traffic safety, Hague, Netherlands, November 16-19.