VTC Senior Researcher Andrea Lubin presented this week with her Rutgers CAIT Colleague Cecilia Feeley at the U.S. Access Board Forum on Inclusive Design of Autonomous Vehicles.
VTC researchers Robert Noland, Stephanie DiPetrillo, and Andrea Lubin, working in conjunction with the National Transit Institute, recently completed Identifying Current and Future Training Needs of the Public Transportation Industry (Report 0191) is now available on the FTA Reports and Publications page.public transportation, training needs, transit
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.health
Adrian Ayala is awarded First Place for the 2021 National American Planning Association’s Transportation Planning Division Student Paper Competition for his paper, Exploring Alternatives to Police-Based Traffic Enforcement and OVercoming their Potential Barriers to Implementation. Adrian will be awarded $1,000 at the Transportation Planning Division’s Annual Business Meeting during the 2021 National Planning Conference in May […]
In an effort to understand how changes in mobility are associated with the spread of the coronavirus, distinguished professor Robert Noland used mobility data from Google correlated with estimates of the effective reproduction rate, a measure of viral infectiousness, in “Mobility and the Effective Reproduction Rate of COVID-19,” published in the Journal of Transport and […]covid, health, research, Robert B. Noland