School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287
Dr. Golub's work involves public transportation planning, environmental and social justice issues with transportation, environmental impacts of transportation, and planning and policy for nonmotorized transportation modes. He has worked as a researcher and consultant in California on projects related to public transit planning, Bus Rapid Transit systems planning, and environmental justice. He has worked extensively in the developing world as a consultant to the World Bank, the United Nations, and several city governments on various transportation policy and planning projects. He came to transportation planning from mechanical engineering, where his work focused on emissions alternative-fuel engines.
Dr. Golub's teaching interests include urban transportation sustainability, transportation planning and policy analysis, urban planning and policy in the developing world, and courses on research methods.
Cervero, R. and A. Golub. 2007. Informal transport: A global perspective. Transport Policy 14:445-457. (link)
Cervero, R. S., A. Golub and B. Nee. 2007. City CarShare: Longer-term travel-demand and car ownership impacts. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1992:70-80. (link)
Deakin, E., M. Shirgaokar, C. Nuworsoo, A. Golub, J. Finney, W. Lew, B. Frank, C. Cherry, N. Higgins, E. Rubin, T. Valentin, K. Parks, W. Ng and D. Wang. 2006. System plan for California's Bay Area regional express bus service. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1986:190-197. (link)
Golub, A. 2010. Welfare and equity impacts of gasoline prices under different public transportation service levels. The Journal of Public Transportation 13:1-21. (link)
Golub, A. 2012. Perceived costs and benefits of reversible lanes in Phoenix, Arizona. Journal of the Institute of Transportation Engineers February:38-42. (link)
Golub, A., R. Balassiano, A. Araujo and E. Ferreira. 2009. Regulation of the informal transport sector in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Welfare impacts and policy analysis. Transportation 36:601-616. (link)
Golub, A. and A. Ghoniem. 1999. Modeling Nox formation in a small bore, lean natural gas, spark ignition engine. SAE Technical Paper. (link)
Golub, A., S. Guthathakurta and B. Sollapuram. 2012. Spatial and temporal capitalization effects of light rail in Phoenix: From conception, planning, and construction to operation. Journal of Planning Education and Research 32:415-429. (link)
Golub, A. and J. Kelley. 2010. Exploring potential inequities between the burdens and benefits of climate change abatement policies in the transportation sector. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2163:65-72. (link)
Golub, A., M. Mahoney and J. Harlow. 2013. Sustainability and intergenerational equity: Do past injustices matter?. Sustainability Science 8:269-277. (link)
Golub, A., R. Marcantonio and T. Sanchez. 2013. Race, space and struggles for mobility: Transportation impacts on African-Americans in Oakland and the East Bay. Urban Geography. (link)
Golub, A., G. Robinson and B. Nees. In press. Making accessibility analyses accessible: A tool to facilitate the public review of the effects of regional transportation plans on accessibility. Journal of Transportation and Land Use 6.
Golub, A., F. Zhen, N. N. Clark, W. S. Wayne, J. J. Schiavone, C. Chambers and K. L. Chandler. 2011. Creation of life-cycle cost tool for transit buses to evaluate hybrid electric bus technologies in real-world operation. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2218:19-26. (link)
Harlow, J., A. Golub and B. Allenby. 2011. A review of utopian themes in sustainable development discourse. Sustainable Development. (link)
Machler, L. and A. Golub. 2011. Using a "sustainable solution space" approach to develop a vision of sustainable accessibility in a low-income community in Phoenix, Arizona. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 6:298-319. (link)
Martens, K., A. Golub and G. Robinson. 2012. A justice-theoretic approach to the distribution of transportation benefits: Implications for transportation planning practice in the United States. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46:586-695. (link)
Nurworsoo, C., A. Golub and E. Deakin. 2009. Analyzing equity impacts of transit fare changes: Case study of Alameda-Contra Costa Transit, California. Evaluation and Program Planning 32:360-368. (link)
Syed, S., A. Golub and E. Deakin. 2009. Response of regional rail park-and-ride users to parking price changes. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2110:155-163. (link)
White, D. D., J. F. Aquino, M. Budruk and A. Golub. 2011. Visitors' experiences of traditional and alternative transportation in Yosemite National Park. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 29:38-57. (link)
Cervero, R. and A. Golub. 2011. Informal transport as a mobility option. In: H. Dimitriou and R. Gakenheimer. eds., Urban Transport in the Developing World. Policy and Planning for the New Millennium. Edward Elgar. ISBN: 9781848441392. (link)
Golub, A. 2010. "Buses" and "Sustainable Transportation". In: K. Button, H. Vega and P. Nijkamp. eds., A Dictionary of Transport Analysis. Edward Elgar. (link)
Golub, A. 2012. Sustainable transportation. Pp. 125-144 In: K. Pijawka D. and M. A. Gromulat. eds., Understanding Sustainable Cities: Concepts, Cases, and Solutions. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.
Golub, A. and J. Henderson. 2011. The greening of mobility in San Francisco. In: M. Slavin ed. Sustainability in America's Cities: Creating the Green Metropolis. Island Press. ISBN: 9781597267419. (link)
Martens, K. and A. Golub. 2012. A justice-theoretic exploration of accessibility measures. In: K. Geurs T., K. J. Krizek and A. Reggiani. eds., Accessibility Analysis and Transport Planning: Challenges for Europe and North America. Edward Elgar. (link)
Wilkinson, P., A. Golub, R. Behrens, P. Salazar Ferro and H. Schalekamp. 2011. Transformation of urban public transport systems in the global south. In: H. Geyer S. ed. International Handbook of Urban Polcy, Volume 3: Issues in the Developing World. Edward Elgar. (link)