STEAM Factory Micro Lecture

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Many thanks to The STEAM Factory at The Ohio State University for the opportunity to present some of my analysis of pedestrian crashes in Columbus, and to introduce the concepts of Vision Zero and Complete Streets. For this Halloween Franklinton Friday, I wanted to address the question of “Are Cars Scary?” … they can be, … Continue reading STEAM Factory Micro Lecture

At the 2019 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (TRB)

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I have one paper at this year’s TRB conference, which will be held January 13th through 17th 2019 in Washington DC. Details are below: “Mobile Cloud Computing, Telework, and Work Location Decision Making: Evidence from a Qualitative Study in the New York Metropolitan Area” (Poster) 1749: Impacts of Information Communication and Technologies on Transportation Wednesday … Continue reading At the 2019 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (TRB)

At the 2018 Urban Affairs Association Annual Conference

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I have one paper at this year’s UAA conference, which will be held April 4th through 7th 2018 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I’m also participating in the first UAA Teaching Effectiveness Workshop for Instructors. Details on my panel session are below. “Telecommuting and Peak-Hour Avoidance in a Multimodal City “ SA9.00.11 Biking, Commuting, and Alternative Travel … Continue reading At the 2018 Urban Affairs Association Annual Conference