Webinar Recording: Opportunities for State DOTs (and others) to Encourage Shared-Use Mobility Practices in Rural Areas

September 26, 2019, 12:00PM (ET) Opportunities for State DOTs (and others) to Encourage Shared-Use Mobility Practices in Rural Areas Shared-use mobility (SUM) practices are transportation services that are shared among users. SUM can include ‘traditional SUM’ practices such as public transit, taxis, limousines, etc., or ‘technology enabled SUM’ (will be referred to as ‘SUM’ in…

CUTR’s Dr. Chanyoung Lee receives Outstanding Contributions & Dedication Award

  Program Director Dr. Chanyoung Lee was honored by the National Association of State Motorcycle Safety Administrators (SMSA) as an “Outstanding Individual Member” for his outstanding contributions and dedication in the field of motorcycle safety. Congratulations, Dr. Lee! CUTR is proud to have you as a member of our team!

Professor Kan: Improving Fuel Efficiency Through Traffic Management: Case Study of Freeway Ramp Metering

CUTR was pleased to welcome Professor David Kan from Florida Atlantic University to campus on Friday, September 13, 2019. Dr. Ken presented an excellent seminar entitled “Improving Fuel Efficiency Through Traffic Management: Case Study of Freeway Ramp Metering,” and we enjoyed our interactions! Welcome to Florida, Professor Kan! 🌴

Motorcycles and Horizontal Curves – A Literature Review

Motorcycles and Horizontal Curves – A Literature Review Zhenyu Wang, Changyoung Lee, Pei-Sung Lin, Rui Guo, Chunfu Xin, Rama Durga Tammayya Naidu Kolla, Runan Yang, Abhijit Vasili Accident Reconstruction Journal, Volume 29 Issue 5, September 2019   Motorcycle ownership and use is increasing nationwide, leading also to an increase in motorcycle-related crashes, injuries and fatalities.…

“Using Social Capital Data to Account for Heterogeneity in Activity Behavior Within and Between Genders” at the 6th International Conference on Women’s Issues in Transportation

  Assistant Professor Dr. Michael Maness and Trang Luong, E.I.T, a Ph.D. student in civil engineering presented their research entitled “Using Social Capital Data to Account for Heterogeneity in Activity Behavior Within and Between Genders” at the 6th International Conference on Women’s Issues in Transportation. #WIiT2019

Welcome, Dr. Peng Chen! 🎉

  Hi, I am Peng Chen, and I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Affairs at the University of South Florida and affiliated faculty at CUTR. I have interdisciplinary backgrounds in urban planning, transportation engineering, human geography, and statistics. Right now, I teach Transportation and Land Use, Economic Development, and Quantitative Analysis…