MCTM’s research uses a multidisciplinary approach that addresses the complex nature of today’s mobility challenges. The following is a list of MCTM publications. The Consortium is actively engaged in dozens of research projects. Check back often for the latest releases.

Title Date Author MTI Project
Do Equity and Accountability Get Lost in LOSTs? An Analysis of Local Return Funding Provisions in California’s Local Option Sales Tax Measures for Transportation February 2021 Lederman, Kellogg, Haas, Wachs & Agrawal 1811
TOD and Park-and-Ride: Which is Appropriate Where? January 2021 Niles & Pogodzinski 1820
Using BEAM Software to Simulate the Introduction of On-Demand, Automated, and Electric Shuttles for Last Mile Connectivity in Santa Clara County January 2021 Hsueh, Czerwinski, Poliziani, Becker, Hughes, Chen & Benn 1822
Modeling Operational Performance of Urban Roads with Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions January 2021 Kodupuganti, Mathew & Pulugurtha 1802
Local Climate Action Planning as a Tool to Harness the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Mitigation and Equity Potential of Autonomous Vehicles and On-Demand Mobility January 2021 Alexander, Agrawal & Clark 1818
Development of a Statistical Model to Predict Materials’ Unit Prices for Future Maintenance and Rehabilitation in Highway Life Cycle Cost Analysis December 2020 Kim, Khan, Nguyen & Hoang 1806
Toward a Guide for Smart Mobility Corridors: Frameworks and Tools for Measuring, Understanding, and Realizing Transportation Land Use Coordination December 2020 Appleyard, Stanton & Allen 1805
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Novel Access Modes: A Case Study in the San Francisco Bay Area November 2020 Rodier, Broaddus, Jaller, Song, Bischoff, Zhang & Pourrahmani 1816
MTI Mileage Fee Research and Information Directory (MFRID) October 2020 Agrawal 2020
Metal Against Marchers: An Analysis of Recent Incidents Involving Vehicle Assaults at U.S. Political Protests and Rallies October 2020 Jenkins & Butterworth 1775