MCEEST conducts research that identifies safe, reliable, equitable transportation solutions that increase mobility of people and goods and strengthen the nation’s economy & global competitiveness. The list below provides project information for all MCEEST research, both in progress and completed. To view only completed research, please visit our Publications page.
|Understanding the Current Transit Investment in Cybersecurity||2405||Scott Belcher|
|Understanding the Prevalence of Mental Health and Behavioral Distress in Transit Assaults and Presenting Targeted Response and Mitigation Methods to Reduce Victimization Trends||2407||Lisa Staes|
|Minimizing Distracted Pedestrians in Crosswalks at Signalized Intersections||2411||Stephen Arhin, Ph.D.|
|Making Micromobilty Work: Exploring Public Opinion to Inform Policy, Infrastructure, Technology, and Sharing Services||2418||Asha Weinstein Agrawal, Ph.D.|
|Moving Transportation Equity Beyond Title VI: Multimodal Equity Comparison Metrics Development||2420||Christopher Ferrell, Ph.D.|
|Enhancing Road Safety by Addressing Hazards from Rental Vehicles||2427||Yue Luo, Ph.D.|