CUTR employees participate in National Bike Month

CUTR employees participate in National Bike Month

May is National Bike Month, and a small group of CUTR employees, affiliates, and family members hopped on their bicycles and logged rides during the month. This year, the Love to Ride Tampa Bay Challenge allowed indoor rides to be counted and family outings were encouraged.   “Riding a bicycle is a great way to get exercise and feel more connected

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Victoria Perk, Ph.D. named as new program director

    Dr. Victoria Perk was hired as a graduate research assistant in May 1993. Earning her Ph.D. in Economics, Dr. Perk focused on models to estimate property value changes around bus rapid transit (BRT) stations for her dissertation. She became a faculty member in 1994, and she has spent 27 years with the University of South Florida (USF). In

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Tia Boyd – Risk-Based Transportation Planning for Uncertainty presentation

On May 1st, 2020, Tia Boyd, Research Associate with CUTR’s Planning and Corridor Management Program, served as a panelist at the American Planning Association’s National Planning Conference. The presentation, Risk-Based Transportation Planning for Uncertainty, highlights findings from a recently completed project evaluating the Florida Transportation Plan (FTP) and risks to the future of transportation in Florida. Commissioned by FDOT, the project

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Webinar Recording: Improving the Quality and Cost Effectiveness of Multimodal Travel Behavior Data Collection

Webinar Recording: Improving the Quality and Cost Effectiveness of Multimodal Travel Behavior Data Collection

April 22, 2020 Improving the Quality and Cost Effectiveness of Multimodal Travel Behavior Data Collection Multimodal transportation such as transit, bike, walk, transportation network companies (TNCs) (e.g., Uber, Lyft), car share, and bike share are vital to supporting livable communities. However, current data collection techniques for multimodal travel behavior, including apps built specifically for travel behavior surveys, have limitations (e.g.,

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