New York Tri-State Area Remote Work Interviews, Rutgers University

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As part of my dissertation research at Rutgers University, I am conducting a set of interviews to understand the effects of flexible work location on transportation system usage. Findings from this study will inform policies that ease travel congestion and contribute to the promotion of more flexible work. What can you do to help? 1. VOLUNTEER FOR … Continue reading New York Tri-State Area Remote Work Interviews, Rutgers University

At the 2018 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 7th through 11th 2018 in Washington DC. Details are below: “Driving Jobs in Transition? Trends, Determinants, and Job Quality in the Face of Autonomous Vehicles ” (Panel) 838: Modes of the Future and Workforce Development Implications Wednesday, 02:30 p.m. – 04:00 … Continue reading At the 2018 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (TRB)

Book Review in Journal of Urban Technology

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My review of Leigh Glover’s Community-Owned Transport (2017) is in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Technology: Read the review in Journal of Urban Technology (Free Access) Learn about or purchase about the book from the Publisher   

The MTA Genius Transit Challenge is unlikely to reward anything truly “outside the box”

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“The box is broken,” declared Governor Cuomo in encouraging his audience to “think outside the box.” Participants at the MTA’s Genius Transit Challenge conference this morning in New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom waited in anticipation through his speech for the contest details that an initially sparse website failed to provide when the challenge was announced in May. … Continue reading The MTA Genius Transit Challenge is unlikely to reward anything truly “outside the box”