Dr. Kevin Fang is an Assistant Professor of Geography, Environment, and Planning at Sonoma State University and an MTI instructor and research associate. His research interests center on the characteristics of non-driving passenger travel modes and their users, and the connection between transportation and land use. In recent years, Dr. Fang has been one of the earliest researchers in the emerging area of “micromobility,” with publications on e-scooter and skateboard transportation. Related to this work, he is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) committee on Powered Micromobility Vehicles.
In 2018, Dr. Fang was a recipient of the Transportation Research Board’s Fred C. Burggraf Award recognizing early-career researchers.
Dr. Fang holds a PhD in Transportation, Technology, and Policy and Certificate in Air Quality and Health from the University of California, Davis, a Masters of City and Regional Planning and MS in Transportation Engineering from the California Polytechnic State University, and a BA in Integrative Biology from the University of California, Berkeley.