Addison Larson

About

I am a Planning Data Scientist at the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission in Philadelphia, PA. I apply spatial and quantitative analysis to urban issues and help to streamline our organization's data collection, processing, and dissemination efforts.

[resume] [vita] [github]

Work and research

Working papers

Larson, A. P. (2019). Evaluating the reliability of ACS data for transportation planning. [link]

Conference presentations

Moran, S. K. & Larson, A. P. (2019, April). Data-driven transit planning tools. Project presented at the New Jersey TransAction Conference.

Larson, A. P. (2018, April). Urban monocentricity and the journey to work: Commutes of low-income workers in Dallas, TX and Washington, DC. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New Orleans, LA. [link]

University research

Larson, A. P. (2018). Urban structure, residential choice, and proximity to work for low-income residents (Master's project). The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX. [link]

Larson, A. P. (2017). Emergency call box visibility on the UT Dallas campus (Safety study for Student Government). The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX. [link]

Larson, A. P. (2016). Hotbeds of hate: Analyzing spatial and temporal disparities in hate crime across U.S. cities (Undergraduate honors thesis). The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX. [link]

Other links

Larson, A. P. (2017). Where should DC put its affordable housing dollars? Try this interactive tool. Greater Greater Washington. [link]

Larson, A. P. (2017). Where do you think DC should put its affordable housing dollars? Try this interactive tool to see. DC Fiscal Policy Institute. [link]

Outside of work

I enjoy taking care of my senior cat Socks, throwing pots on the kick wheel, landscape photography, reading, and the thorough documentation of most things (e.g. my regularly-updated [compendium of book notes]).

Zhongxian, 2016.