Center for Advanced Transportation Mobility

The Center for Advanced Transportation Mobility (CATM) research activities will focus on improving how people and goods are transported throughout our nation, with special emphasis on disadvantaged populations. The primary research topics include last mile connectivity, mobility assistance, and emergency management optimization.

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Submissions from 2022

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Automated Last Mile Connectivity for Vulnerable Road Users, Andy Alden

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Epidemiological Models for Transportation Applications: Secondary Crashes, Sirish Namilae, Dahai Liu, and Scott Parr

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Equitable Dynamic Pricing for Express Lanes, Venktesh Pandey, Bader G. Alamri, Hadi Khoury, and Mary Bakre

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Mask-Wearing Behaviors in Air Travel During Coronavirus Pandemic – An Extended Theory of Planned Behavior Model, Jing Yu Pan and Dahai Liu

Submissions from 2021

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Multi-scale and Collaborative Disaster Evacuation Planning Framework, Dahai Liu, Kai Zhang, Yongxin Liu, Yupeng Yang, and Houbing Song

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Usability of Urban Air Mobility: Quantitative and Qualitative Assessments of Usage in Emergency Situations, Scott R. Winter, Stephen Rice, Sean R. Crouse, Austin Vaughn, and Nadine K. Ragbir

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Multi-scale and Collaborative Disaster Evacuation Planning Framework, Kai Zhang, Yongxin Liu, Yupeng Yang, Dahai Liu, and Houbing Song

Submissions from 2020

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Multiscale Model for Hurricane Evacuation and Fuel Shortage, Sirish Namilae, Dahai Liu, and Scott Parr

Submissions from 2019

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Multi-Scale Models for Transportation Systems Under Emergency Conditions, Lauren Davis and Xiuli Qu

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Multi-scale Models for Transportation Systems Under Emergency Conditions, Dahai Liu, Sirish Namilae, Yixuan Cheng, Sang-A Lee, Pierrot Derjany, Jie Chen, Jennifer Thropp, and Younho Seong

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Particle Dynamics Model for Hurricane Evacuation and Fuel Shortage: Model Based Policy Analysis, SIrish Namilae and Dahai Liu

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A Personalized Trip Planner For Vulnerable Road Users, Hyoshin John Park

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Travelers' Rationality in Online Anticipatory Emergency Response Model, Hyoshin John Park

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Real‐Time Recommendations for Traffic Control in an Intelligent Transportation System during an Emergency Evacuation, Dr. Xiuli Qu, Lauren Davis, and Younho Seong

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Assessing Pedestrians' Perceptions and Willingness to Interact with Autonomous Vehicles, Scott R. Winter, Stephen Rice, Nadine K. Ragbir, Bradley S. Baugh, Mattie N. Milner, Bee-Ling Lim, John Capps, and Emily C. Anania

Submissions from 2018

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Asymmetric Information Sharing in Dialysis Paratransit Using an Agency Approach, Mary Lind and Rhonda Hensley