CUTR Webcast Recording: Airport Leadership Development Program

May 31, 2012 This webcast summarized research conducted by the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP 06-02) that concluded that today’s airport leaders are lacking in effective leadership skills and the training and education received by these individuals is not current to the needs for leading the dynamically changing airport environments of today. Michael Audino, CUTR…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Survive the Ride – Motorcycle Safety

May 24, 2012 The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and Ryder Trauma Center’s Survive the Ride Program is offering a webcast designed to highlight the injury burden that Florida faces due to the high volume of motorcycle crashes with associated injuries and mortalities. During this webcast we will review injury patterns and pre-hospital…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Freight – Challenging the Role of Public Sector Transportation Officials

May 17, 2012 Over the past decade, efficient freight transportation rose to the top of many executive’s priority lists.  In the quest for economic development, coupled with growth in international trade, transportation agencies are modifying business as usual approaches to transportation investments.  Freight doesn’t vote.  Freight is also inherently a private sector focused activity.  As…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Access Management – Best Practices for Local Governments

May 10, 2012 Access management is the careful planning, regulation, and design of access between roadways and land development. Through access management, local governments can help preserve the ability of area roadways to move people and goods safely and efficiently, while advancing economic development and livability goals. Effective access management involves the adoption of plans…

Chanyoung Lee, Ph.D., AICP, PTP, Program Director

PhD, Senior Research Associate, ITS, Traffic Operations & Safety Program. PhD,Transportation Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison; certificate in Transportation Management and Policy, Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, UWM; MS Transportation Planning, BS Urban Planning, Hongik University . Specialties: traffic analysis support, winter weather mobility impacts, microsimulation calibration and validation, ramp metering retiming.

CUTR Webcast Recording: Human Transit – Tools for Clarifying Transit Debates

May 3, 2012 Why are transit debates so difficult and confusing? In Human Transit, Jarrett Walker suggests that we need to return to the essential features of transit – the geometry of line, network, and frequency that all transit technologies share. Many great mistakes – in both transit planning and transit oriented development – have…

Stephen Reich, TPEEA Research Assistant

Director, Transportation Program Evaluation and Economic Analysis. BA, Geography & Environmental Planning, Towson State University, 1979. Specialties: transportation agency management, innovative financing, capital programming, federal aid, toll facility management and operations.

Patent Awarded: Method of Providing a Destination Alert to a Transit System Rider

Researchers from the Center for Urban Transportation Research and the USF Computer Science and Engineering Department were awarded a patent for U.S. Patent # 8,169,342 – Method of Providing a Destination Alert to a Transit System Rider – Algorithm used in the Travel Assistance Device (TAD) system to alert a transit rider when to exit the…