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

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

(1987, Eugene OR; 16 faculty/staff; https://pppm.uoregon.edu/research-areas/sustainable-transportation-and-cities)

Trains graduate students to explore “land use, urban form, street design, new mobility, active transport, micromobility, 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

 

 

 

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