University of Oregon College of Design School of Planning, Public Policy and Management, Sustainable Transportation and Cities

Founding Year: 1987

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University of Oregon College of Design School of Planning, Public Policy and Management, Sustainable Transportation and Cities
(1987; Eugene, OR; 16 faculty/staff; pppm.uoregon.edu/research-areas/sustainable-transportation-and-cities)

Trains graduate students to explore “land use, urban form, street design, new mobility, active transport, micro-mobility, public policy, public budgeting/finance, real estate, equity, quality of life, happiness” and related issues.

Publications: 

> Many faculty publish reports through the National Institute for Transportation and Communities, e.g., From Knowledge to Practice: Rethinking Streets for People on Bikes, Marc Schlossberg, February 2018.

Current Research Areas:

  • Green Waves, Machine Learning, and Predictive Analytics: Making Streets Better for People on Bike
  • Matching the Speed of Technology with The Speed of Local Government
  • Investigating Effects of TNCs on Parking Demand and Revenues
  • Equity Outcomes of Mobility on Demand Pilot Programs
  • Equity of New Transit Fare Technologies
  • Scooter, Bike, And Car Parking Behaviors and Violations

Leadership: Professor Marc Schlossberg

University of Oregon College of Design School of Planning, Public Policy and Management, Sustainable Transportation and Cities contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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