Keiron D. Bailey
Assistant Professor
Geography and Regional Development

Research Areas
GIS, Geovisualization and Structured Public Involvement
Economic geographies of internationalization, with emphasis on Pacific Basin

Contact Information
Phone: (520) 626-4096
Fax: (520) 621 2889
Email: kbailey@email.arizona.edu

Department of Geography and Regional Development
University of Arizona
Harvill Building 445A, 1103 East Second Street, Tucson AZ 85721

 

 

 


Education

News

Structured Public Involvement workshops are being hosted throughout the U.S. at the invitation of various Governor’s Offices and State Departments of Transportation.

December 2008. Alaska DoT. SPI Interactive Workshops to be hosted in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau.

Forthcoming Colloquia/Research Presentations

October 2008 “Structured Public Involvement: Justice, Geography and Collaborative Geospatial/Geovisual Decision Support” at Arizona State University’s Decision Theater facility. 

October 2008.  At Rijskuniversiteit Groningen.  Faculty of Spatial Science.

Research Award

The team of Dr. Bailey, and Dr. Ted Grossardt, Ben Blandford and John Ripy of the Kentucky Transportation Center, won the 2008 Greg Herrington Award for Excellence in Visualization.  This was awarded by the Transportation Research Board for an integrated transportation/land use modeling project using the Casewise Visual Evaluation method and CommunityViz software to help a town develop collaborative and sustainable recommendations for its long-range plan. 

Publications

STRUCTURED PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT: theory

Bailey, K., and T. Grossardt.  Forthcoming.  Towards Structured Public Involvement: Justice, Geography and Collaborative Geospatial/Geovisual Decision Support Systems. Annals of the Association of American Geographers.

Grossardt, T. and K. Bailey. 2007. Justice and the Public’s Involvement in Infrastructure Planning.  Practicing Planner 5(1).

Bailey, K. and T. Grossardt. 2004.  Towards Structured Public Involvement:  Improving community involvement in transportation decision making.  In B. Warf, D. Janelle and K. Hansen (eds.) WorldMinds: Association of American Geographers Centennial Volume.  Ch. 89: 547-552.  Kluwer, Netherlands. Preview from GoogleBook.

Bailey, K. and T. Grossardt. 2003. Structured Public Involvement: Problems and Prospects for Improvement.  Transportation Research Record 1858: 95-102. Abstract available online.

Bailey, K. and T. Grossardt. 2002.  Enhancing Public Involvement Through High Technology.  Transportation Research News 220: 16-17.  Washington, DC: National Academies. Article available online.


SPI APPLICATIONS

Context-sensitive large bridge design

Bailey, K., J. Williams, L. Toole, T. Grossardt and B. Bryant.  2007.  Context-sensitive large bridge design using Casewise Visual Evaluation: Case Study Section 2 Ohio River Bridges Project.  Transportation Research Record 2028: 85-92. Abstract available online.

Light rail transit-oriented development in low-income community

Bailey, K., T. Grossardt and M. Pride-Wells.  2007.  Community Design of a Light Rail Transit-Oriented District using CAVE (Casewise Visual Evaluation).  Socio Economic Planning Sciences 41(3): 235-254. Abstract available online.

Bailey, K. and T. Grossardt.  2004.  Better Visioning for Transit System Development: A Framework for the Improvement of Visualization and its Successful Application. Proceedings of the 83rd Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (Paper 04-4677).  National Academies: Washington, DC

Context-sensitive design methods to influence driver speeds

Bailey, K., N. Stamatiadis, T. Grossardt, J. Ripy and A. Strombotne.  2007.  Use of Context Sensitive Methods to Influence Operating Speeds: Case Study of Rural Highway Design Using Casewise Visual Evaluation.  Transportation Research Record 2025: 90-97. Abstract available online.

Context-Sensitive Noisewall Design

Bailey K., and T. Grossardt.  2006.  Structured Public Involvement in Context-Sensitive Noisewall Design using Casewise Visual Evaluation (CAVE).  Transportation Research Record 1984: 112-120.  Abstract available online.

Bailey, K. and T. Grossardt. 2005.  Structured Public Involvement in the Design of a Transit Oriented Development.  In Stephens, R. (ed) InfoTEXT: IT Newsletter of the American Planning Association 79: 13-15.

Highway design

Bailey, K., T. Grossardt and J. Brumm. 2002. Integrating Visualization into Structured Public Involvement:  A Case Study of Highway Improvement in Central KentuckyTransportation Research Record 1817: 50-57. Abstract available online.

Bailey, K., T. Grossardt and J. Brumm. 2001.  Towards Structured Public Involvement in Highway Design: A Comparative Study of Visualization Methods and Preference Modeling using CAVE (Casewise Visual Evaluation).  Journal of Geographic Information and Decision Analysis 5: 1-15.

Integrated transportation and land/use modeling

Bailey, K., B. Blandford, T. Grossardt and J. Ripy.  Forthcoming.  Integrated Transportation Land Use Modeling using Casewise Visual Evaluation: Case Study, Jeffersonville, IN.  Transportation Research Record. Conference abstract available online.

Grossardt, T., B. Blandford and K. Bailey. 2008.  Imagining Community: Using Structured Public Involvement (SPI) in Development Planning.  Paper 446 in Proceedings of ACSP-AESOP 4th Joint CongressChicago, IL.

The Arnstein Gap

Bailey, K. and T. Grossardt.  2007.  Culture, Justice and the Arnstein Gap: The Impact of Structured Public Involvement on U.S. Transportation Infrastructure Planning and Design.  In Schrenk, M. (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International GeoMultimedia Symposium 12: 336-342.  CORP2007. Vienna, Austria. Proceedings available online.

Bailey, K. and T. Grossardt. 2006.  Addressing the Arnstein Gap: Improving Public Confidence in Transportation Planning and Design through Structured Public Involvement (SPI).  pp.337-341 in Schrenk, M. (ed) Proceedings of the 11th International GeoMultimedia Symposium.  CORP2006.  Vienna, Austria. Proceedings available online.

Collaborative electric power transmission line routing

Bailey, K. 2006.  Principles of the EP-AMIS GIS/Multicriteria methodology for Participatory Electric Power Transmission Line Routing.  Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Power Systems Conference and Exposition 2006: 385-388. Abstract available online.

Bailey, K., W. Jewell and T. Grossardt. 2006.  Introduction to Electric Transmission Line Routing using a Decision-Landscape Based Methodology.  Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Power Systems Conference and Exposition 2006: 379-382. Abstract available online.

Bailey, K., W. Jewell and T. Grossardt. 2006.  Participatory Electric Power Transmission Line Placement using the EP-AMIS methodology.”  In Schrenk, M. (ed) Proceedings of the 10th International GeoMultimedia Symposium 10:137-142.  CORP2005. Vienna, Austria. Proceedings available online.

Bailey, K., R. Gill, W. Jewell and T. Grossardt.  2005.  Landscape Features in Transmission Line Routing.  Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Power Systems Transmission and Distribution 2005/06: 1122-1126. Abstract available online.
 

Participatory highway corridor routing using GIS/multicriteria methods

Bailey, K.  2004.  EP-AMIS: Enhanced Participatory GIS/Multicriteria Methodology. Proceedings of MapAsia2004. GIS Development.  Beijing, China

Bailey, K. and T. Grossardt.  2003.  AMIS: Development of a GIS/Multicriteria Corridor Planning Methodology” in Proceedings of MapAsia 2003.  GIS Development.  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Bailey, K., T. Grossardt and J. Brumm. 2001. AMIS:  Geographic Information System-based corridor planning methodology.  Transportation Research Record 1768: 224-232. Abstract available online.

Transport System

Bailey, K.  Forthcoming.  Review of “Negotiating the Transport System: User Contexts and Needs.”  Growth and Change.


Economic and cultural geography of English language learning in Japan: about the Eikaiwa wonderland
 

Bailey, K. 2007. Akogare, ideology and ‘Charisma Man’ mythology; reflections on ethnographic research in the eikaiwa Wonderland.  Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 14(5): 585-608. Abstract available online.

Bailey, K. 2006.  Marketing the eikaiwa Wonderland: ideology, akogare and gender alterities in English conversation school advertising.  Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 24: 105-130. Abstract available online

Funding

Awards

2008. Greg Herrington Award for Excellence in Visualization Research. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies.

2002. John Fraser Hart Award, South Eastern Division of the Association of American Geographers. Outstanding PhD Student Paper.

2001. John Fraser Hart Award, South Eastern Division of the Association of American Geographers. Outstanding PhD Student Paper.

Research Interests

Structured Public Involvement (SPI) and the Crises of Democracy and Accountability

I am interested in how social theory helps to understand the properties of advanced geovisual and geospatial technologies. This research overlaps geography, planning, decision science and geoinformatics. Structured Public Involvement, or SPI, seeks to improve stakeholder satisfaction with planning and design of transportation related infrastructure by fitting appropriate technologies to the social context.

This
research has been funded by the National Academies and a range of state and local agencies.

Economic Geographies of Internationalization

My second research area is economic geographies of internationalization with a special focus on the Pacific Basin and East Asia. This research seeks to understand how specific economic and cultural transformations are wrought by the interaction of complex global flows of money, power and cultural meaning with local practices, customs and economies.

I am an Affiliate of the Transportation Research Board.

Teaching Interests

Economic Geography (GEOG696A)

Computer Cartography (GEOG 416a/516a)


Geographic Information Systems (GEOG 416b/516b)

Regional Analysis (GEOG454/554)

Community GIS Academy




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