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Graduate Built Environment Studies

Gregory Newmark

Gregory Newmark

Associate Professor, Graduate Built Environment Studies

Office: CBEIS 318
Phone: 443-885-4221

Curriculum Vitae


PhD, University of California, Berkeley
MSc, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
BA, Yale University

Years at Morgan: 1 year

Dr. Newmark is an urban planner who focuses on using data to create healthier, happier, and fairer communities. He loves helping students engage in their own research. 

List of Professional Affiliation(s):

  • Transportation Research Board

List of Research Interest(s):

  • Travel Behavior
  • Urban Data
  • Public Transportation
  • Environment

List of Classes Taught: 

  • ENST 738 Happy City
  • AUBE 712 Advanced Research in the Built Environment

List of Selected Publication(s):

  • Allen, J.G., Levinson, H.S., & Newmark G.L. (2022), Urban Motor Coach Companies of the 1920s and their Legacy for Transit, Journal of Public Transportation, 24,

  • Newmark G.L. & Rearick, E.L. (2021), Religious Culture and Rural Car Ownership, Journal of Transport Geography, 93,

  • Berg, A. & Newmark, G.L. (2020), Equity in Pedestrian Plans, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2674(10), 764-780.

  • Agrawal, A.W., *Granger-Bevan, S., Newmark, G.L., & Nixon, H. (2016). Comparing Data Quality and Cost from Three Modes of On-Board Transit Surveys. Transport Policy, 54. 70-79.

  • Haas, P.M., Newmark, G.L., & Morrison, T.R. (2016). Untangling Housing Cost and Transportation Interactions: The Location Affordability Index Model—Version 2 (LAIM2). Housing Policy Debate, 26(4-5), 568-582.