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
What Do Americans Think About Federal Tax Options to Support Transportation? Results from Year Ten of a National Survey 1927 Asha W. Agrawal, PhD
Surface Transportation Supply Chain Security: Creating a Blueprint for Future Research 1937 Frances Edwards, PhD
Is the Transit Industry Prepared for the Cyber Revolution? Policy Recommendations to Enhance Surface Transit Cyber Preparedness 1939 Scott Belcher
Predicting Bus Travel Times in Washington, DC Using Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) 1943 Stephen Arhin, PhD
Drivers’ Response to Scenarios When Driving Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Compared to Vehicles with and without Driver Assist Technology 1944 Srinivas S. Pulugurtha, PhD
Researching Relationships Between Truck Travel Time Performance Measures and On-network and Off-network Characteristics 1946 Srinivas S. Pulugurtha, PhD
A Model for Integrating Rail Services with other Transportation Modalities: Identifying the best Practices and the Gaps for California’s Next State Rail Plan 1949 Eric C. Peterson
Steps to Supplement Park-and-Ride Public Transit Access with Ride-and-Ride Shuttles 1950 John Niles
City Best Practices to Improve Transit Operations and Safety 1951 Michelle DeRobertis
Assessing Public Health Benefits of Replacing Freight Trucks with Cargo Cycles in Last Leg Delivery Trips in Urban Centers 1952 Jennifer Hartle
No Ticket to Ride: A Systematic Definition of Transit Insecurity 1953 Dan Nathan-Roberts, PhD
Characteristics of Effective Metropolitan Areawide Public Transit: A Comparison of European, Canadian, and Australian Case Studies 2001 Michelle DeRobertis
What Do Americans Think About Federal Tax Options to Support Transportation? Results from Year Eleven of a National Survey 2007 Asha Weinstein Agrawal
Measurement and Prediction of Transit System Performance Using Probe Data Generated through DSRC and non-DSRC Technologies 2008 Gregory Newmark, PhD
Advancing Adoption of GTFS Programs in California 2017 Gregory Newmark, PhD
Negotiating Transportation Insecurity; Local Responses and Coping Strategies in San Jose, CA 2019 Melissa Beresford, PhD
Mileage Fee Research and Information Directory (MFRID) 2020 Asha W. Agrawal, PhD
Effect of Weather Events on Travel Time Reliability and Crash Occurrence 2035 Srinivas S. Pulugurtha, PhD, P.E., F.ASCE
Comparing Twitter and LODES Data for Detecting Commuter Mobility Patterns 2037 Dr. Laxmi Ramasubramanian; Dr. Jochen Albrecht; Dr. Bernd Resch
How will State Motor Vehicle Violation Fines be Impacted by Widespread Use of Autonomous Vehicles? 2053 Selika Talbott
Evaluation, Comparison and Improvement Recommendations for Caltrans Financial Programming Processes and Tools 2058 Wenbin Wei
Defining and Measuring Equity in Public Transportation 2100 Christopher E. Ferrell, PhD
What Do Americans Think About Federal Tax Options to Support Transportation? Results from Year Twelve of a National Survey 2101 Asha Weinstein Agrawal
Analytical Model for Traffic Congestion and Accident Analysis 2102 Hongrui Liu, PhD
Understanding the Role of Transportation in Human Trafficking in California 2108 Kezban Yagci Sokat




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