Anne Brown

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Assistant Professor
Phone: 541-346-2112
Office: 247C Hendricks Hall
Research Interests: equity, transportation, shared mobility, travel behavior

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Anne Brown is an Assistant Professor of Community and Regional Planning. Prof. Brown's research examines transportation equity, shared mobility, and travel behavior. She has published on a range of transportation equity topics including discrimination in new mobility, the planning implications of ride-hailing, transit fare equity, and the policy implications of being car-free versus car-less. Anne was awarded Best Article by an Early Career Scholar by the Journal of the American Planning Association for her work on ride-hail travel and equity. Current work analyzes the equity requirements in shared mobility programs, ride-hail use and car access among travelers earning low-incomes, and micromobility parking policy.

Prof. Brown holds a Master of Urban and Regional Planning and PhD in Urban Planning from UCLA.

Summary of Interests

  • Transportation equity
  • Shared Mobilty
  • Travel Behavior

Courses and Seminars

  • PPPM613 Planning Analysis
  • PPP610 Transportation Equity
  • PPPM410/510 Transportation Policy
  • PPPM399 Urban Transportation
  • PPPM 610 Visual Communications


See personal website for up-to-date description of research and full CV.