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Research & Initiatives

Exploring Relationships between Public Transportation Providers and Carsharing Services

Much of the low-density urban development that has occurred in the United States over the last several decades has been enabled by and designed around the automobile. Most efforts to reduce automobile usage have focused ... More
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2004-Star-B1 Regional Development, Population Trend and Technology Change Impacts on Future Air Pollution Emissions

Urban development results in changes to land use and land cover and, consequently, to biogenic and anthropogenic emissions, meteorological processes, and processes such as dry deposition that influence future predictions... More
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A Comprehensive Analysis of Built Environment Characteristics on Household Residential Choice and Auto Ownership Levels

There has been an increasing interest in the land use-transportation connection in the past decade, motivated by the possibility that design policies associated with the built environment can be used to control, manage, ... More
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Appraisal of Available Analytical Tools to Assess Environmental Justice Impacts of Toll Road Projects

In Texas, road pricing (e.g., toll roads or managed lanes) is considered a key tool to build needed transportation infrastructure. This has raised questions about environmental justice (EJ) and how it relates to tolling... More
Faculty & Staff

Asher, John Hart

John's expertise includes sustainable roadside design; project management; sustainable water quality and detention practices; soil restoration/conservation practices; compost for restoration purposes; invasive species tr... More
Faculty & Staff

Atkinson, Simon

Professor Atkinson is active as an urban consultant, currently, as the contracted consultant to Capital Metro Transit Authority in charge of design proposals for a light rail system for Austin, Texas. Atkinson has also d... More
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Bacteria Levels in Discharges from Road Right-of-Way

Excessive bacteria concentrations are the most common cause of water quality impairments in Texas, with almost 300 waterbodies identifi ed by the Texas Commission on Environment Quality (TCEQ) as not meeting state stand... More
Faculty & Staff

Barrett, Michael

Dr. Barrett's research interests include the quality, impacts, and mitigation of urban, agricultural, and construction site stormwater runoff; statistical analysis of water quality data, structural and nonstructural best... More
Faculty & Staff

Bhat, Chandra

Dr. Bhat's research interests include transportation systems analysis, travel demand modeling, policy evaluation of the effect of transportation control measures on mobility and mobile source emissions, marketing researc... More
Faculty & Staff

Boske, Leigh

Leigh B. Boske is Professor of Economics at the LBJ School. His teaching and research interests have focused on transportation policy, economics and finance. His published research has been on national and international ... More
Faculty & Staff

Boyles, Stephen

Network modeling; dynamic traffic assignment; transportation user behavior; infrastructure systems More
Research & Initiatives

CAM Mix Design with Local Materials in Texas

In the mix design of crack attenuating mixes (CAM) using local aggregates, any use of lower quality aggregates for the construction of asphalt pavements could affect sustainability. The focus of this study will be on the... More
Centers & Institutes

Center for Subsurface Modeling

The Center for Subsurface Modeling (CSM) investigates high-performance parallel processing as a tool to model the behavior of fluids in permeable geologic formations such as petroleum and natural gas reservoirs, groundwa... More
Centers & Institutes

Center for Transportation Research

Since its inception in 1963, the Center for Transportation Research (CTR) at The University of Texas at Austin has evolved into one of the leading university-based transportation research facilities in the U.S. Its ongoi... More
Faculty & Staff

Charbeneau, Randall

Dr. Charbeneau's research interests include groundwater hydrology; subsurface fate and transport of chemicals; radiological assessment; and modeling. More
Courses

Comparative Methods Radiation Transportation (ME 388F)

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Contemporary Transportation Issues (CE 391T)

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Courses

Culture and Food (NTR 316)

Influence of culture on foodways around the world. More
Research & Initiatives

Develop a System to Support Preparation of Life-Cycle Budget Needs for Highways

Budget planning is important to managing highways. Ideally, the budget planning process can be streamlined by a procedure that would facilitate life-cycle budget needs analysis for highway sections from fence to fence, w... More
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Developing a Fundamental Understanding of the Chemistry of Warm Mix Additives

Porous friction course (PFC), more than any other pavement surface, serve to reduce tire-pavement noise and are used in lieu of or together with noise barriers to reduce sound levels in urban areas. PFC's enhance the dra... More
Courses

Development of a Solar-Powered Vehicle (EE 309S; EE 362S; ME 379M; ASE 379L)

Analysis, design, and construction of a solar-powered car for national competitions involving other universities. Study of electrical, mechanical, and aerodynamic systems. Electrical Engineering 309K (Topic: Development ... More
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Development of Predictive Model for Bridge Deck Cracking and Strength Development

Early-age cracking, typically caused by drying shrinkage (and often coupled with autogenous and thermal shrinkage), can have several detrimental effects on long-term behavior and durability. Cracking can also provide ing... More
Faculty & Staff

Duthie, Jennifer

Dynamic Traffic Assignment Uncertainty in long-range forecasts Environmental Justice Non-motorized transportation More
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Economic Considerations in Transportation System Development & Operations

An essential backbone of regional and national economies, transportation has a myriad of associations and impacts. An understanding of the casual mechanisms behind, and the extent of, these associations and impacts can b... More
Centers & Institutes

Electric Vehicle Transportation and Electricity Convergence Center (EV-TEC)

The Electric Vehicle Transportation and Electricity Convergence (EV-TEC) Center represents a joint effort by Texas A&M University, The University of Texas at Austin, the National Science Foundation, and numerous corporat... More
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Engineering Communication (CE 333T)

This course prepares engineering students to communicate engineering innovations and solutions to a range of audiences, from non-technical to technical. It also encourages them to think critically about sustainability an... More
Research & Initiatives

Estimating Bicycling and Walking for Planning and Project Development

The need for robust methods that can accurately measure bicycle and walking activity has long been recognized, particularly in relation to land use. Many planning agencies are trying to assess the potential for smart gro... More
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Evaluation and Analysis of Texas Biofuel Supply Chains Originating in the U.S. Midwest and Brazil

This 2009 study, funded by the Southwest Region University Transportation Center, investigates competing ethanol supply chains terminating in the State of Texas. Midwest corn ethanol and Brazilian sugarcane ethanol const... More
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Evolution of the Nations’ Vehicle Fleet and GHG Emissions Reduction under Climate Policies

Energy and carbon-reducing policies are coming, along with new vehicle technologies. No one knows how quickly the nation’s fleet and carbon footprint will evolve. This work will build off recent SWUTC work on the evolu... More
Research & Initiatives

Export Growth, Energy Costs, and Sustainable Supply Chains

The research examines sustainable supply chains in North America and the role played by rail intermodal operations in lowering ten-mile fuel and emission costs. It examines whether current systems favor imports over expo... More
Courses

Garden City to New Community (ARC 386M; ARC 350R; LAR 388; CRP 386)

This graduate seminar examines the search to establish new communities. It looks at the ideals, theories, and principles that people have held in the belief that a designed community is preferable to random incremental g... More
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Geopolitics and Representation (GRG 396T)

Geopolitics is the study of factors underlying state power, such as a country’s size, location, resources, and access to transportation routes. Geopolitical knowledge is inherently ethnocentric; geopolitical repres... More
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Growth Management Seminar (CRP 381)

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Faculty & Staff

Harrison, Robert

Robert Harrison is a Senior Research Scientist and the Deputy Director at the Center for Transportation Research (CTR), The University of Texas at Austin. He has worked in the area of transportation planning for over 30 ... More
Courses

Housing America (URB 352; ARC 350R; ARC 386M)

Issues concerning the built environment and urban infrastructure, environmental sustainability, and the public policy framework designed to manage the challenges presented by these issues. Issues facing residents of U.S.... More
Faculty & Staff

Hutson, Nathan

Nathan Hutson is a researcher at CTR. His main areas of study are maritime planning and economics In addition to intermodal rail and trucking operations. In addition, he has performed research on transportation finance, ... More
Research & Initiatives

Hybrid Distribution Trucks: Costs and Benefits

This study will explore the growing interest from federal agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Metropolitan Planning Agencies (MPOs) failing to meet air quality standards, and mechanical engineering r... More
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Impacts of Energy Developments on the Texas Transportation System

Texas's energy sector has a critical impact—historically and currently—on both the state economy and the Texas transportation system. The state’s various transportation modes, including rail, highways, pipelines, a... More
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Improving Our Understanding of How Highway Congestion and Pricing Affect Travel Demand

Traffic operations and planning models generally require both demand and supply inputs. Travel demand could be static (for planning models), dynamic (for planning and operational models) or in the form of activity schedu... More
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International Transportation Best Practices

Virtually every country and metropolitan area worldwide has been confronted with similar public policy issues as the United States in general and Region 6 in particular. Among the public policy issues are how best to add... More
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International Transportation Issues (CRP 384)

This course surveys transportation problems, planning practice, and policy issues in the international setting with an emphasis on the developing countries, particularly focusing on China. We will take a case study appro... More
Research & Initiatives

Joint Model of Choice of Residential Neighborhood and Bicycle Ownership: Accounting for Self-Selection and Unobserved Heterogeneity

This study presents a joint model of residential neighborhood type choice and bicycle ownership. The objective is to isolate the true causal effects of the neighborhood attributes on household bicycle ownership from spur... More
Faculty & Staff

Kockelman, Kara

Modeling of travel behavior, location choice decisions, and the connection between urban form and travel; Planning and policy-making in the context of intra-urban personal travel needs and land development; Roadway safet... More
Degree Plans & Curricula

Land Use, Transportation, and Infrastructure Planning Specialization - Community and Regional Planning (MSCRP)

The transportation specialization, within the Community and Regional Planning Masters Degree Program, is designed to provide students with an understanding of transportation planning methods and techniques, the structure... More
Faculty & Staff

Leite, Fernanda L.

Dr. Leite's research interests include: computer-aided engineering and design; product and process modeling; construction management; building information modeling; information technology for project management; life-cyc... More
Faculty & Staff

Levy, Francois

Levy's teaching centers on Environmental Control of buildings and technology integration. His research is related to passive and active environmental control systems in buildings, space architecture and regolith mitigati... More
Faculty & Staff

Loftus-Otway, Lisa

Lisa Loftus-Otway's research interests include transportation law and policy; energy, environment and sustainable development law and policy; freight planning and policy; public-private partnerships (PPP); and transporta... More
Research & Initiatives

Long-Term Performance of Drilled Shaft Retaining Walls

The objective of this project is to provide TxDOT with guidance for the design of drilled shaft retaining walls in expansive clay soils. The range of assumptions being used today in design practice when dealing with expa... More
Faculty & Staff

Machemehl, Randy

Dr. Machemehl's research interests include Transportation System Operations, Public Transportation Systems Planning and Design, Traffic Data Acquisition, Traffic Simulation, Transportation System Demand Forecasting, Free... More
Faculty & Staff

Malina, Joseph

Biological treatment of municipal and industrial wastewaters; handling, treatment, and disposal of municipal sludges; industrial residuals and hazardous wastes; solid waste engineering; computer-aided-engineering of wast... More
Faculty & Staff

McCray, Talia

Transportation Policy and Planning, Healthcare Access, Quantitative and GIS methods, Sustainable Transportation. More
Research & Initiatives

Measuring and Removing Dissolved Metals from Storm Water in Highly Urbanized Areas

The objectives of this research are to (1) develop accurate and scientifically defensible testing protocols that can provide a reliable and repeatable measure of dissolved metals content in storm water and (2) develop co... More
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Mega-Region Freight Issues in Texas: A Synopsis

Megaregions originate from the work of French geographer Jean Gottmann, which described a new urban form, Megalopolis, to characterize the network of interconnected cities from Boston to Washington, D.C. along the Atlant... More
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Megaregion Strategies for Sustainable Development in the Texas Triangle

Professors Ming Zhang, Kent Butler and Dean Steiner have been part of a national network of researchers focused on the emergence of what are being called "megaregions" in the United States. Megaregions are networked metr... More
Courses

Metropolitan Transportation Studies with TransCAD GIS (CRP 386)

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Research & Initiatives

Modeling Residential Sorting Effects to Understand the Impact of the Built Environment on Commute Mode Choice

This research examined the significance of residential sorting or self selection effects in understanding the impacts of the built environment on travel choices. Land use and transportation system attributes are often tr... More
Faculty & Staff

Murphy, Michael

Dr. Murphy is a Research Fellow at CTR. He has over 25 years experience in highway design, pavement design and evaluation, non-destructive testing, super-heavy load analysis, load zone analysis and accelerated pavement t... More
Research & Initiatives

Non-Destructive Evaluation of In-Service Concrete Structures Affected by Alkali-Silica Reaction (ASR) or Delayed Ettringite Formation (DEF)

This proposal describes a comprehensive, collaborative research project aimed at evaluating the potential use of non-destructive testing (NDT) to assess structures affected by ASR and/or DEF. This project brings together... More
Courses

Nuclear Environmental Protection (ME 389C)

Ionizing radiation and its interactions with matter and living tissues; radioactive decay kinetics; external and internal dose measurement; transportation through the environment; managing radioactive waste streams; and ... More
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Optimizing Resource Allocations for Routine Highway Maintenance

TxDOT has been experiencing fluctuations of budget over the years in terms of the resources available for maintaining and preserving the highway infrastructure. This fluctuation in budget can potentially make the highway... More
Faculty & Staff

Paterson, Robert

Professor Paterson specializes in land use and environmental planning. He has completed over 40 projects over the past 17 years, and was a recipient of a Faculty Fellow in Social Science Research Applied to Hazards and D... More
Research & Initiatives

Performance of Permeable Friction Course (PFC) Pavements Over Time

There are many important design, construction, and maintenance issues associated with permeable friction courses (PFC) that have been increasingly utilized by TxDOT over the past several years based on safety and environ... More
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Photocatalytic NOx/HRVOC/O3 Removal in Transportation Applications

The focus of the proposed research is intensive and thorough testing of three commercial photocatalytic coatings applied to portland cement concrete to provide accurate data that are representative of highway application... More
Courses

Planning for Mega-regions (CRP 384)

This course will provide the student with a comprehensive international understanding of how mega-regions are defined, developed, and supported by transportation to encourage economic growth and connectivity within and b... More
Research & Initiatives

Population Updating System Structures and Models Embedded Within the Comprehensive Econometric Microsimulator for Urban Systems (CEMUS)

This project and its report describes the development of a population update modeling system as part of the development of the Comprehensive Econometric Microsimulator for SocioEconomics, Land-use, and Transportation Sys... More
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Potential Value Extraction from TxDOT’s Right of Way and Other Property Assets

Many State Departments of Transportation, including the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), are increasingly challenged by inadequate funding from traditional federal and state fuel taxes. These taxes were concei... More
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Preparing for EPA Effluent Limitation Guidelines

In this project, monitoring and testing experiments will be conducted to: determine "typical turbidity" representative of TxDOT's construction site discharges, collect performance data on innovative erosion and sediment ... More
Courses

Principles of Physical Planning (CRP 369K)

The purpose of this course is to develop an understanding of the universal experience of making cities. The class will examine how and why cities take the shape they do, who designs cities, what procedures they employ, w... More
Faculty & Staff

Prozzi, Jolanda

Ms. Jolanda Prozzi holds a Master of Science in Transportation Technology and Policy from the University of California (Davis) and a Master of Commercial Sciences from the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa), with ... More
Faculty & Staff

Prozzi, Jorge

Pavement materials; pavement design and rehabilitation; pavement monitoring, evaluation and performance analysis; accelerated pavement testing; applied econometrics; Transportation Infrastructure Management. More
Courses

Public Transportation Engineering (CE 392M)

Topics to be discussed are demand estimation, route design, basic vehicle scheduling relationships, driver scheduling, networks, rail transit, propulsion systems, and para-transit concepts. More
Research & Initiatives

Quantification of the Effect of Maintenance Activities on Texas Road Network

Pavement structures are designed for a finite life, usually referred to as performance period. This performance period is typically between 20 to 25 years for flexible pavements and between 25 and 40 years for rigid pave... More
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Residential Self-Selection Effects in an Activity Time-use Behavior Model

This study presents a joint model system of residential location and activity time-use choices that considers a comprehensive set of activity-travel environment (ATE) variables, as well as sociodemographic variables, as ... More
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Revamping Aggregate Property Requirements for Portland Cement Concrete

Current TxDOT specifications for aggregates in portland cement concrete have been in Item 421 for over 37 years. Two tests have been required to qualify aggregate for concrete are the magnesium sulfate soundness test whi... More
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Sketch Planning Techniques to Assess Regional Air Quality Impacts of Congestion Mitigation Strategies

A quick-response project-planning tool can be extremely valuable in anticipating -- and comparing -- the air quality, emissions, congestion, safety, and other impacts of large-scale network improvements and policy implem... More
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Sulfate Resistance of Concrete Exposed to External Sulfate Attack

Sulfate attack is a complex form of deterioration that has damaged concrete structures throughout the world. Sulfate attack is particularly complex because the source of sulfates can be external or internal (delayed ettr... More
Courses

Sustainable Cities (CRP 391D)

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Sustainable Pavement Engineering (CE 397)

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System Operation and Preservation Optimization

TxDOT maintains 194,000 lane miles of pavement which is the largest State maintained highway system in the U.S. The current statewide pavement condition goal, set by the Texas Transportation Commission in 2002, is to ach... More
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Texas Electrical Vehicle Program

The University of Texas at Center for Electromechanics (UT-CEM), the Texas Energy Conservation Office, and the Texas Department of Commerce have jointly organized an electric and hybrid-electric vehicle program in Texas.... More
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Texas Pavement Preservation Center 2010

A joint collaboration between CTR of the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) of Texas A&M University, the Texas Pavement Preservation Center (TCCP) (TPPC) promotes the use of paveme... More
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The Design and Estimation of a Household Vehicle Evolution and Composition Model for Assessing the Impact of Transportation Policies on Global Climate Change and Air Quality

This study focuses on the design and development of a comprehensive vehicle fleet composition, utilization, and evolution simulator that can be used to forecast household vehicle ownership and mileage by type of vehicle ... More
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The Effects of On-Street Parking on Cyclist Route Choice and the Operational Behavior of Cyclists and Motorists

Because of the serious societal, environmental, economic, and public health problems associated with motorized transportation, there is increased interest in encouraging non-motorized modes of travel. The current study c... More
Courses

The Modern American City (GRG 337; GRG 396T; URB 352 1; ARC 350R 1)

Issues concerning the built environment and urban infrastructure, environmental sustainability, and the public policy framework designed to manage the challenges presented by these issues. Issues facing residents of U.S.... More
Faculty & Staff

Titman, Sheridan

Dr. Titman has a national reputation for his research on corporate finance, real estate and asset pricing issues. He currently blogs on energy policy from a financial economist’s perspective. Keywords: Valuation, Energ... More
Research & Initiatives

TOD and Regional Transportation Planning

This project is aimed at helping the Central Texas Metropolitan Planning Organizations integrate Austin’s planned Transit-oriented Developments (TOD) into its larger analysis by synthesizing findings from the literatur... More
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Transit-Oriented Development (CRP 381)

The purpose of this course is to provide an opportunity for the course participants to conduct a focal study of TOD by reviewing literature and best practice of TOD in the world and by investigating issues pertaining to ... More
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Transit-oriented Development in Latin America

Planning Professors Ming Zhang and Kent Butler are working with the City of Santo Domingo Norte and the national government of the Dominican Republic on planning for land use and transit-oriented development along a new ... More
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Transportation Economics (PA 393L)

The purpose of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the manner in which the economic principles of demand, supply, pricing, efficiency, investment, externalities, and analytical techniques (such as... More
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Transportation Economics (CE 392T)

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Transportation Planning: Methodology and Techniques (CE 391J)

Analysis of a wide range of planning studies to establish the logic and foundation for the transportation planning process. Emphasis on techniques of estimation and forecasting population, economic activity, land use, an... More
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Transportation Policy (PA 388K; PA 188G)

Both the U.S. and global economies are dependent on an efficient and reliable transportation system. Highways, ports, railways, airports, transit systems, warehouses, distribution centers, and other facilities make up a ... More
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Transportation, Access, & Equity (CRP 384)

Transportation is vital to the health and well-being of individuals living in American cities. This course is designed to explore the urban transportation system, with an emphasis on accessibility and social equity. Key ... More
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Transportation, Environment, and Health (CRP 384)

This course offers an interdisciplinary perspective on the major health and public policy concerns focusing on the linkage between transportation and environmental issues. Externalities of transportation planning such as... More
Faculty & Staff

Trevino, Manuel

Dr. Manuel Trevino received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. He has 15 years of experience in transportation research. His area of study are pavement design and rehabilitation, pavement materials, and hi... More
Research & Initiatives

Understanding Emerging Commuting Trends in a Weekly Travel Decision Frame: Implications for Megaregion Transportation Planning

Urban travel demand analysis has focused conventionally on one-day activities and trips performed by household members on a given survey day. Many emerging commuting trends however cannot be better understood without goi... More
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University of Texas Solar Vehicles Team

The University of Texas Solar Vehicles Team is a student organization sponsored by the Cockrell School of Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. The team consists of a diverse range of students from the Cockre... More
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Urban Landscape and Place-Making (ARC 386M; LAR 386M; CRP 386M)

This seminar explores ways to make better urban places both as a means to serve a city’s inhabitants, and also as a catalyst to urban regeneration. City leaders are increasingly realizing that the urban landscape of ... More
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Urban Transportation Planning (CE 391H ; CRP 384)

This course is focused on the transportation?s interrelationship with the urban environment, methodologies for planning multi-modal transportation systems, and developing feasible alternatives. Emphasis is placed on deve... More
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Urbanization Working Group, ESI

The goal of the Urbanization Working Group is to study environmental effects of urbanization and find paths to solutions. The Urbanization Working Group connects state, national, academic, and private interests and seeks... More
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Use of Manufactured Sands for Concrete Paving

The use of manufactured fine aggregate (MFA) is becoming much more prevalent due to the depletion of natural sand sources in parts of the state, particularly the Fort Worth and Dallas Districts. Manufactured sands are pr... More
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Using Real Time Traveler Demand Data To Optimize Commuter Rail Feeder Systems

Commuter rail systems, operating on unused or under-used railroad rights-of-way are being introduced into many urban transportation systems. Since locations of available rail rights-of-way were typically chosen long ago ... More
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Using the CMAP Travel Tracker to Capture the Activity Patterns of a Youthful Disadvantaged Population

Transportation directly affects the quality of life. With few exceptions, most people do not travel for the sake of traveling; they travel with a purpose in mind. That purpose is to meet specific needs and wants, which e... More
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Vehicle Ownership, Retirement and Use Decisions: Response to Rising Fuel Prices and Implications for Carbon Emissions Forecasts

Automobile ownership plays an important role in determining vehicle use, emissions, fuel consumption, congestion and traffic safety. This work provides new data on ownership decisions and owner preferences under various ... More
Faculty & Staff

Waller, Travis

Modeling and large-scale optimization of transportation systems including network design, stochastic shortest path algorithms, and dynamic traffic assignment. Planning under uncertainty, transportation applications of in... More
Faculty & Staff

Walton, Michael

Dr. Walton researches intelligent transportation systems and intermodal freight logistics in addition to transportation systems engineering, planning, operations and policy analysis. Dr. Walton is a member of the Nationa... More
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Water Quality Performance of Permeable Friction Course on Curbed Sections

The permeable friction course (PFC) has been demonstrated in TxDOT Project 0-5220 to provide a substantial improvement in the quality of highway runoff. This reduction in pollutant concentrations is sufficient to meet th... More
Faculty & Staff

Wheeler, Mary

Dr. Wheeler has been on the faculty since 1995. She is the Director of the Center for Subsurface Modeling. She has published over 200 technical reports and refereed journal publications, made over 400 oral presentations ... More
Faculty & Staff

Xie, Chi

Dr. Chi Xie's research interest is focused on transportation and logistics systems analysis, including transportation network routing, scheduling and planning, transportation emergency and risk management, transportation... More
Faculty & Staff

Yetkin, Yildirim

Dr. Yildirim is the director of the Texas Pavement Preservation Center. He received his Masters (1998), and Ph.D. (2000) in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Throughout his studies at UT, Dr. Yild... More
Faculty & Staff

Zhang, Ming

Urban transportation planning; urban form and travel behavior; GIS applications in planning; international planning More