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Electric vehicles would be a breath of fresh air for Houston

By Blaine Friedlander  June 10, 2019   The American Lung Association’s 2019 “State of the Air” report released in April ranked Houston ninth nationally for worst ozone pollution and 17th for particle pollution. But Cornell researchers express hope for the future of...

Powerful Cornell software informs NYC’s transportation planning

A powerful software developed at Cornell Engineering is helping to inform transportation planning in New York City, resulting in cleaner air and healthier communities. Now the engineers behind the software are looking to bring their digital tool beyond the Big Apple....

USF COPH: A passion for environmental health video

“Our practice is our passion” is the tagline for the University of South Florida College of Public Health. For Professor Amy Stuart, her practice is engineering and her passion is environmental...

Upcoming Webinar – March 6th

March 6, 2019, 1 p.m.-2 p.m. EST Multimodal Planning for SIS Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) represents the state’s largest and most significant transportation facilities including airports, spaceports, seaports, rail corridors, passenger terminals,...

Yu Zhang presented at the 2nd Annual ITE Student Leadership Summit

Yu Zhang, CTECH Co-PI, gave a luncheon talk during the 2nd Annual Institute of Transportation (ITE) Student Leadership Summit at the University of South Florida on February 9, 2019. She introduced CTECH’s research scope, thrust, and the multidisciplinary nature of...

Decision Support Tool For Parking Management At Universities

Parking on university campuses is always a problem due to too many students driving to campus (demand) and insufficient number of stalls (supply). Most universities use parking permit price to manage the demand. They also zone the parking lots to control the supply....