TSRC researchers, Elliot Martin and Susan Shaheen, show how public bikesharing programs may increase or reduce transit use in cities, depending on several factors. Their research was just published online by the Journal of Transport Geography.
Robert Harley, an affiliated ITS faculty member and an expert on air quality and air pollution modeling, has been appointed the Carl W. Johnson Professor in Civil Engineering Chair by Chancellor Nicholas Dirks. He is known for using the Caldecott Tunnel as a research laboratory to measure types and levels of vehicle emissions.
TSRC Co-Director Susan Shaheen recently led a panel discussion on the rapidly evolving phenomenon of the so-called sharing economy as it relates to transportation. She and two TSRC researchers provided a brief description of the event.