Assistant Professor and Masterís Program Director
Department of Urban and Regional Planning
I am a transportation
planning scholar. I received my Ph.D. from the
I teach four courses in the
Department of Urban and Regional Planning at
The central theme of my research is that prejudices in professional practice have resulted in the development of less-than-optimal transportation networks. My research includes historical and contemporary analyses. I conduct historical studies of street and highway planning and the evolution of the transportation planning profession. I conduct contemporary analyses of public transit policy and planning, surface transportation finance, state and federal transportation policy, transportation policy innovation, and the connection between transportation and land use.