My CV is available upon request.
I recently completed my doctoral studies (December 2017). I was selected as an Eisenhower Fellow for the 2015-2016 academic year by the U.S. Department of Transportation. In the spring of 2015, I received the Citizen Scholar Award from the Virginia Tech Graduate School. In 2014, I was awarded a Graduate Student Scholarship from the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association, and a Graduate Student Scholarship from the DC Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar.
(Women’s Transportation Seminar DC Chapter Scholarship Recipients With Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx, December 2014)
My research primarily relies on quantitative methods and focuses on: 1) commuter benefits; 2) transport justice; and 3) multimodality and sustainability. Selected publications, reports, and presentations include:
Buehler, R. and A. Hamre. 2016. “An Examination of Recent Trends in Multimodal Travel Behavior Among American Motorists,” International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 10(4) 354-364.
Buehler, R. and A. Hamre. 2015. “The Multimodal Majority? Driving, Walking, Cycling, and Public Transportation Use Among American Adults,” Transportation, 42(6): 1081-1101.
Buehler, R. and A. Hamre. 2015. “Business and Bikeshare User Perceptions of the Economic Benefits of Capital Bikeshare,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2520: 100-111.
Buehler, R., W. Jung, and A. Hamre. 2014. “Planning for Sustainable Transport in Germany and the U.S.: A Comparison of the Washington, DC and Stuttgart Regions,” International Planning Studies, 20(3): 292-312.
Hamre, A. and R. Buehler. 2014. “Commuter Mode Choice and Free Car Parking, Public Transportation Benefits, Showers/Lockers, and Bike Parking at Work: Evidence from the Washington, DC Region,” Journal of Public Transportation, 17(2): 67-91.
Hamre, A. and R. Buehler. 2014. “The Shared Benefits of Capital Bikeshare,” Carolina Planning Journal, 39: 9-15.
Buehler, R., A. Hamre, D. Sonenklar, and P. Goger. 2012. “Cycling Trends and Policies in the Washington, DC Region,” World Transport, Policy & Practice, 18(2): 6-29.
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting Presentations
Hamre, A. 2016. “Determinants of Commuter Mode Choice Across Five Northeast Corridor Metropolitan Regions,” Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting, #16-5537 (Lectern Session), Washington DC.
Buehler, R. and A. Hamre. 2015. “Using NHTS 2001 and 2009 to Analyze Intrapersonal Variability in Travel Behavior,” Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting, #P15-6346, Washington DC.
Buehler, R. and A. Hamre. 2015. “Business and Bikeshare User Perceptions of the Economic Benefits of Capital Bikeshare,” Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting, #15-0822, Washington DC.
Buehler, R. and A. Hamre. 2014. “National Trends in Multimodal Individual Travel Behavior in the USA,” Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting, #14-1042, Washington DC.
Hamre, A. and R. Buehler. 2013. “The Role of Commuter Benefits in Shaping the Decision to Walk, Cycle, or Ride Transit to Work in the Washington DC Region,” Transportation Research Board 92nd Annual Meeting, #13-1429, Washington DC.
Additional Conference Presentations
Hamre, A. and R. Buehler. 2014. “Commuter Mode Choice and Free Car Parking, Public Transportation Benefits, Showers/Lockers, and Bike Parking at Work: Evidence from the Washington, DC Region,” Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference, Philadelphia PA.
Buehler, R. and A. Hamre. 2014. “The Multimodal Majority? Walking, Cycling, and Public Transportation Use Among American Drivers,” Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference, Philadelphia PA.
Hamre, A. 2013. “The Effect of Bike and Car Parking on Transit Modal Access Patterns: Evidence from the National Capital Region’s WMATA MetroRail Stations,” Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Professional Development Seminar, Boulder CO.
Hamre, A. 2013. “Commuter Benefits to Promote Cycling,” International Bicycle Urbanism Symposium, University of Washington, Seattle WA.
Book Chapters and Reviews
Hamre, A. 2016. “Urban Bikeway Design Guide, Second Edition,” Book Review, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 36: 273-274.
Hamre, A. 2015. “The Renegotiation of Respectability Politics Among African Americans, Women, and Cyclists,” RE: Reflections and Explorations – Essays on Politics, Public Policy, and Governance (M. Stephenson and L. Kirakosyan, Eds), 120-125.
Hamre, A. and R. Buehler. 2014. “Bicycle-Transit Linkages,” SAGE Encyclopedia of Transportation (M. Garrett, Ed), 278-281.
Hamre, A. 2014. “National Counting Efforts,” Alliance for Biking and Walking, 2014 Benchmarking Report, Washington DC.
Buehler, R. and A. Hamre. 2013. “Trends and Determinants of Multimodal Travel in the USA,” Mid-Atlantic University Transportation Research Consortium, University Park, PA.
Buehler, R. and W. Jung, with A. Hamre and P. Stoddard. 2013. “Transportation and Land-Use Planning in Germany and the US: Lessons from the Stuttgart and Washington, DC Regions,” American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Policy Report 53, Washington DC.
My work experience includes teaching economics at the Northern Virginia Community College, supporting the Bureau of Transportation Statistics as a research assistant & STIPDG Intern, and serving as a paralegal in the Civil Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.
(Biking to Work with Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, June 2011)
My outreach has focused on civic engagement and youth development related to transportation. I served on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Transportation Planning Board’s Citizens Advisory Committee for the 2013, 2014, and 2015 terms. In 2014-2015, I served on the City of Alexandria’s Parking Standards for New Development Task Force. Since 2013, I have been a Virginia Tech Bicycle Ambassador. I have also contributed to Phoenix Bikes, the Arlington Bicycle Advisory Committee, and the Alexandria Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. In 2011, I coordinated Alexandria’s first counts for the National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project, and prepared the resulting report: Non-Motorized Travel in the City of Alexandria.
(MWCOG Transportation Planning Board’s Citizens Advisory Committee and Staff, January 2015)
As an undergraduate student, I contributed to a 200-page report outlining a menu of practical strategies available for adoption in support of Middlebury College’s carbon neutrality initiative. The Board of Trustees subsequently approved a commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2016.