Join the NJDOT Bureau of Research and the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center for an upcoming Lunchtime Tech Talk! – a webinar featuring Maritime Transportation Research undertaken by Rutgers research professors. Nearshore placement of dredged sediment is a Natural and Nature-Based Features strategy with the dual benefits of providing ecosystem enhancement and reduction of coastal flooding […]
VTC Senior Researcher Andrea Lubin and Dr. Trevor Hanson, Associate Professor University of New Brunswick, will be moderating a February 23rd Transportation Research Board sponsored webinar on the topic of Transportation in an Aging Society – The Future is Now. Presenters discussing their research will include Dr. Sandra Rosenbloom, University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Luskin School of Public Affairs, UCLA, and Alex Li, Phd Candidate, University of Pennsylvania.
Join us for this final event of the series convened to celebrate the Port Authority’s Centennial. The symposium will bring together leaders from the public, private, non-profit sectors, and academia to consider the issues and opportunities that will shape the future of the New Jersey-New York metropolitan region in the decades ahead.
Join the NJDOT Bureau of Research on October 6th for this Lunchtime Tech Talk! Webinar exploring Virtual Public Engagement methods during and beyond COVID-19.
Join the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on July 16th for a half-day virtual symposium, “A Century of Progress: The Port Authority’s first 100 years.”
Join VTC Director Robert Noland on May 12th for a pre-summit panel of the International Transport Forum 2021 Summit. Professor Noland will present on “Public views on the reallocation of street space and walking during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.”
On June 18, the Bloustein School’s Planning Healthy Communities Initiative (PHCI) will lead an introductory training on Health in All Policies, focusing on how to bring community health and equity into planning processes and decision-making, emerging tools to build capacity for health advancement in planning, and how to support health in all policies.
Join us on Tuesday, January 26 at 4-5:30 p.m. for this virtual presentation at the upcoming 100th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board.
On September 29, the Bloustein School’s Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University convened a full-day virtual symposium to share information and gather input from sector leaders regarding COVID-19 responses and thoughts on what to expect from the post pandemic world.
VTC Director Robert Noland joined Stuart Shapiro to discuss the safety measures transit agencies may need to take to bring commuters back, the effect telecommuting may have transit demand, and how the growth of online services may affect the future of work.