“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”
This survey is currently underway and is available online at remoteworksurvey.org. To be eligible to take the survey you must be at least 18 years of age, employed, residing in the New York metropolitan tri-state area, and have you used information technology to work remotely within the past month. Find out more about the research project here.
I will be presenting research on telecommuting and peak-hour travel demand at the 2017 New Jersey TransAction conference in Atlantic City. This will be part of the poster session held from 2:20PM to 4PM on Wednesday April 5th. Thanks to the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission for the invitation.
I have two papers at this year’s TRB conference, which will be held January 8th through 12th 2017 in Washington DC. I will be presenting one paper in a committee meeting and the other paper as a poster. Details are below: “Trends in Mobile Work in the United States, 1850 to 1990″ (Presentation) ABG50: Transportation … Continue reading At the 2017 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (TRB)