Happy to report that our new paper analyzing the differential community impacts of restaurant closures during the pandemic was just published in Geographical Analysis. The lead author is Dr. Kyusik Kim.
I was pleased to be involved with this project dealing with the analysis of youth automobile crashes, recently published in Sustainability.
We are happy to announce that a team of researchers led by Mr. Dennis Smith of FSU’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning secured a $348,000 grant from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. This funding will be used to support planning research aimed at improving resiliency. I am happy to be a part of the team!
Congratulations to Mr. Kyusik Kim of FSU Geography for having his paper entitled ‘The Role of the Built Environment on Travel Mode Choice across Different Age Groups in Seoul, Korea: A Random Forest Approach.”
Congratulations to Mr. Kyusik Kim of FSU Geography for having his paper on commuting dynamics during the Great Recession published in the Journal of Transport Geography. The paper uses a massive dataset in the Atlanta area to explore impacts on public vs. private sector workers.
With colleagues from FSU’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning, some of our work with the Florida Department of Transportation looking at aging populations and alternative transportation services was recently published in Case Studies in Transportation. The paper makes use of a detailed survey of service providers.
With lead PI Mike Duncan from FSU’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning, and a team of FSU investigators, we have been awarded a research grant from the Florida Department of Transportation to study issues at the intersection of autonomous vehicle adoption, technology, and an aging population. Among our activities, surveys of people’s perceptions of new technologies will be conducted.
Students interested in pursuing M.S. or Ph.D. degrees with a focus on transportation, GIS, commuting, disasters, and/or related topics encouraged to contact me and discuss their interests. There are opportunities for students wishing to enter one of our graduate programs beginning Spring or Fall 2019.
With co-PI Michael Duncan from FSU’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning, I have been awarded a grant from FSU’s University Transportation Center (ASAP) to examine accessibility issues in the context of aging populations. Among our activities, we will be developing GIS-based models of multi-modal accessibility.
I will also be collaborating on two other ASAP-funded projects with Eren Ozguven and Lisa Spainhour (College of Engineering) looking at disaster relief issues and roundabout safety dynamics, respectively.
FSU was recently awarded a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. DOT to start a University Transportation Center (UTC) . The Center will focus on safe and accessible transportation for an aging population. The full story may be found here.