UTC Project Information

MCTM conducts research that identifies safe, reliable transportation solutions that increase mobility of people and goods and strengthen the nation’s economy. The list below provides project information for all MCTM research, both in progress and completed. To view only completed research, please visit our Publications page.

Topic Project Number PI
Toward a Guide for Smart Mobility Corridors: Frameworks and Tools for Measuring, Understanding, and Realizing Transportation Land Use Coordination 1805 Bruce Appleyard, PhD
Development of a Statistical Model to Predict Materials' Unit Prices for Future Maintenance and Rehabilitation in Highway Life Cycle Cost Analysis 1806 Ghazan Khan, PhD & Changmo Kim, PhD
Analysis of the Benefits of Green Streets 1807 Christopher Ferrell, PhD
Traffic Monitoring and Management for Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety Using Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence 1808 Mohammad Pourhomayoun, PhD
2018 Census of California Water Transit Services 1809 Richard Kos, AICP
Crime and Harassment on Public Transportation: A Survey of SJSU Students Set in International Context 1810 Asha W. Agrawal, PhD & Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, PhD
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 1811 Jaimee Lederman, PhD
Evaluation of Coordinated Ramp Metering (CRM) Implemented by Caltrans 1812 Anurag Pande, PhD
Impact of Smart Phones' Interaction Modality on Driving Performance for Conventional and Autonomous Vehicles 1813 Francesca Favaro, PhD
Will Ride-Hailing Enhance Mobility for Older Adults? A California Survey 1815 Asha W. Agrawal, PhD
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Novel Access Modes: A Case Study in the San Francisco Bay Area 1816 Caroline Rodier, PhD
Congestion-Clearing Payments to Passengers 1817 Paul Minett
Local Climate Action Planning as a Tool to Harness the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Mitigation and Equity Potential of Autonomous Vehicles and On-Demand Mobility 1818 Serena Alexander, PhD
Promoting Transit-Oriented Developments by Addressing Barriers Related to Land Use, Zoning, and Value Capture 1819 Shishir Mathur, PhD
TOD and Park-and-Ride: Which is Appropriate Where? 1820 John Niles
Measuring Success for Safe Routes to School Programs 1821 Carole Voulgaris, PhD & Anurag Pande, PhD
Estimating Impacts of Automated Shuttles 1822 Gary Hsueh
Design of a Feedback-Controlled Wireless Converter for Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging Applications 1835 Mohamed Badawy, PhD
Freeways and Farms: Veggielution & Taylor Street Urban Farms Study 1890 Joshua Baur, PhD
Not Just an Ache: Examining the Rate of Musculoskeletal Pain in City Bus Drivers 1892 Jeremy Steele
Attracting and Retaining Women in the Transportation Industry 1893 Robert L. Bertini, PhD & Jodi Godfrey
A Smart Growth & Equity Framework and Tool for Measuring, Understanding, and Realizing Transportation Land Use Coordination for Sustainability, Livability, and Equity 1899 Bruce Appleyard, PhD
Managing the Curb: Understanding the Impacts of On-Demand Mobility on Public Transit, Micromobility, and Pedestrians 1904 Susan Shaheen, PhD
Hybrid and Battery Electric Vehicles: Ownership and Adoption Dynamics 1905 Jean-Daniel Saphores, PhD & Hilary Nixon, PhD
What Do Americans Think About Federal Tax Options to Support Transportation? Results from Year Ten of a National Survey 1927 Asha W. Agrawal, PhD




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