Over 300 Employers Named as Best Workplaces for Commuters

TAMPA, Fla., January 31, 2019 – Announcing today the 2019 Best Workplaces for Commuters (BWC) annual list of U.S.-based employers who meet the program’s National Standard of Excellence. The list includes companies like Whole Foods Market, Ernst & Young, LLP, Logistics Management Institute (LMI), Lyft, Mayo Clinic, Merck & Company, Inc., NCR Corporation, Netflix, Oracle…

2019 Commuter Choice Certificate schedule

The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida is pleased to announce the 2019 course calendar for the Florida Commuter Choice Certificate.  (www.commuterservices.com) The first module, Trends and Conditions Affecting Transportation, is free for everyone but registration is required.  See link below.  We have five new courses this year. Most…

2019 TRB

CUTR at the TRB 2019 Annual Meeting The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida (USF) is excited to participate in the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, from Sunday, January 13 – Thursday, January 17. CUTR has been actively involved with TRB since our establishment…

Kristine Williams – Emeritus Member status by the Standing Committee on Access Management

Kristine Williams, AICP, is CUTR’s Planning and Corridor Management Research Program Director. Ms. Williams is a land use and transportation policy and planning specialist with extensive experience in research, training and consulting on access management. She has assisted numerous state transportation agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, and local governments in developing access management and corridor management…

Paul Goyette

Paul Goyette (352) 318-0889 | pmgoyette@cutr.usf.edu Paul Goyette served as the Deputy Director for Lee County Transit in Fort Myers, Florida for several years.  With over 25 years of public transportation experience, Paul conveyed a cohesive leadership style to the employees at Lee Tran to support a cross-functional and efficient transit system.  Paul’s responsibilities included oversight of…

Michael Bato – Data Collection Specialist

Michael is an Undergraduate Research Assistant majoring in Industrial Engineering. He is pursuing the 5-Year Accelerated Master’s Program and is expected to graduate in Spring 2015. He began working with the Center of Urban Transportation in 2012 as a recruiter for the SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study. He has also worked on several other studies like the Determination of Speed Limits on USF Tampa Campus and Pedestrian Program Evaluation and Data Collection. He is currently working on the Prevention of Incorrect Turns at Highway-rail Grade and Street Lighting Measurements on Selected Corridors in FDOT district 7.

Deborah Schultz – Program Planner

I am a current graduate student in the American Cultural Studies program at the University of South Florida. I hope to bring my experience as an American culture researcher to decipher current cultural trends to understand the underpinnings of behavior during motorcycle activities. I have been riding a motorcycle for more than twenty years and bring my experience to the Comprehensive Motorcycle Safety Program attending events where I encourage motorcycle safety through promotional materials, conducting surveys, and assist members of the Florida Motorcycle Safety Coalition with task completion.

Monis Wazir – OPS Assistant

Michael is an Undergraduate Research Assistant majoring in Industrial Engineering. He is pursuing the 5-Year Accelerated Master’s Program and is expected to graduate in Spring 2015. He began working with the Center of Urban Transportation in 2012 as a recruiter for the SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study. He has also worked on several other studies like the Determination of Speed Limits on USF Tampa Campus and Pedestrian Program Evaluation and Data Collection. He is currently working on the Prevention of Incorrect Turns at Highway-rail Grade and Street Lighting Measurements on Selected Corridors in FDOT district 7.