Faculty, staff, and student researchers affiliated with the Institute for Urban and Regional Infrastructure Finance (IURIF) have won the 2022 Robert C. Johns Research Partnership Award from the Center for Transportation Studies, for their Minnesota Distance-Based Fee Demonstration.
Humphrey School PhD candidate Tao Tao and Professor Jason Cao published the paper, “Examining
motivations for owning autonomous vehicles: Implications for land use and transportation,” in the Journal
of Transport Geography.
PhD candidate Tao Tao, Professor Greg Lindsey, Professor Jason Cao, and recent alum Dr. Jueyu Wang recently published the paper, “The Effects of Pedestrian and Bicycle Exposure on Crash Risk in Minneapolis,” in the Journal of Transport and Land Use.
Dr. Xinyi Wu, Professor Jason Cao, and Frank Douma published the paper, “The Impacts of Vehicle Automation on Transport-Disadvantaged People,” in Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives.
PhD candidate Tao Tao, Professor Jason Cao, and Dr. Xinyi Wu published the paper, “The road less traveled: Does rail transit matter?”, in the Journal of Planning Education and Research, a flagship journal of urban and regional planning in North America.
A team including Professor Jason Cao received the 2021 Best Paper Award from a standing committee of the Transportation Research Board (TRB). The paper examined the relationships between land use and transit ridership in Shenzhen, China.