Mark W. Horner


Ph.D. Geography. The Ohio State University. 2002.

Research Activities

  • Commuting, land use, and their interrelationships
  • Aging and vulnerable populations and their transportation needs
  • Measuring accessibility to goods, health services, and opportunities
  • Spatial optimization and network analysis in GIS
  • Disaster relief, evacuation, and sheltering

Selected Publications

  • Kyusik Kim, Mahyar Ghorbanzadeh, Mark W Horner, and Eren Ozguven. 2022. Assessment of disparities in spatial accessibility to vaccination sites in Florida.  Annals of GIS 28(3), 263-277.
  • Kyusik Kim, Mahyar Ghorbanzadeh, Mark W. Horner, and Eren  Ozguven. 2021. Identifying areas of potential critical healthcare shortages: A case study of spatial accessibility to ICU beds during the COVID-19 pandemic in Florida. Transport Policy 110, 478-486.
  • Mahyar Ghorbanzadeh, Kyusik Kim, Eren  Ozguven, and Mark W. Horner. 2021. Spatial accessibility assessment of COVID-19 patients to healthcare facilities: A case study of Florida. Travel Behavior and Society 24, 95-10.
  • Kyusik Kim and Mark W. Horner.2021. Examining the impacts of the great recession on the commuting dynamics and jobs-housing balance of public and private sector workers. Journal of Transport Geography 90, 102933.
  • Michael Duncan, Yazmin Valdez-Torres, Kristin Gladwin, Mark W. Horner, and Brittany Wood. 2021. Transit-oriented development for older adults: A survey of current practices among transit agencies and local governments in the US. Journal of Transport and Land Use 14(1), 255-276

Mark W. Horner

Chair and Professor

Bellamy 320A

(850) 644-8377

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