Matthew Palm, Course Instructor


Home Campus:
U of T Scarborough

University of California Davis (2016)

Other Degrees:
MPP Oregon State University (2013)
BA (History) University of California, Santa Cruz (2010)

Contact Information:


Research Interests:

  • Transportation and housing
  • Transportation and land use
  • Transport equity/inclusion

Teaching This Academic Year:

GGR270 Introductory Analytical Methods

Selected Publications:

Palm, M., Allen, J., Zhang, Y., Liu, B., Widener, M. & Farber, S. (2021) “Transport Disadvantage Among Former Transit Riders During COVID-19 in Toronto and Vancouver” In Press, Journal of the American Planning Association.

Palm, M., Sturrock, S. L., Howell, N. A., Farber, S., & Widener, M. (2021). The uneven impacts of avoiding public transit on riders’ access to healthcare during COVID-19. Journal of Transport & Health, 101112.

Raynor, K., Palm, M. & Warren-Myers, G. (2021) “’Ambiguous, confusing and not delivering enough housing’: What negotiations theory can teach us about voluntary affordable housing agreements.” In press, Journal of the American Planning Association.

Palm, M., & Farber, S. (2020) The role of public transit in school choice and after-school activity participation among Toronto high school students. Travel Behaviour and Society, 19, 219-230.

Palm, M. Whitzman, C. (2019) Housing Needs Assessments in San Francisco, Vancouver and Melbourne: normative science or neoliberal alchemy? Housing Studies. DOI: 10.1080/02673037.2019.1636001