Joey Iuliano

Lecturer in Sustainable Built Environments


  • School of Landscape Architecture and Planning
  • Sustainable Built Environments

Cannon Douglass House

Areas of Expertise

  • Active transportation
  • Bicycle planning
  • Science and decision-making
  • Urban planning


  • PhD in Geography, 2021
  • MS Urban Planning, 2015
  • MS Health and Kinesiology, 2012
  • BS Organizational Leadership and Supervision, 2010


Joey Iuliano is a graduate of CAPLA's Planning program (MS '15) and has Ph.D. in Geography ('21)  from the UA. Before UA, Joey attended Purdue University and received a master's in Health and Kinesiology (MS '12) and a bachelor's in Organizational Leadership and Supervision (BS '10). Joey's research interests are how the built environment influences people's transportation choices, specifically when it comes to active transportation, and how this information can be used for better planning. In his spare time, Joey is a competitive cyclist and races across the Southwest for the UA Cycling Team.


  • SBE 201: Sustainable Design and Planning
  • SBE 202: Professional Communication and Presentation 
  • PLG 301: Intro to Regional Planning
  • Joey has also helped develop the content and layout for the SBE online courses

Selected Publications

  • Iuliano, J.E. and Keith, L. (2022). Near Misses and Split Routes: Comparing Rider Behavior, Driver Interaction, and Route Choice for Cyclists. Journal of Transportation Safety and Security.
  • Iuliano, J.E. (2022). Where and How Tucsonans Ride and Implications for Cycling Infrastructure. Cogent Social Sciences 8(1), 2054128. 10.1080/23311886.2022.2054127

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