Muhammad Mansour

Muhammad Mansour

Muhammad Mansour Muhammad Mansour studied Civil Engineering at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, in Haifa, Israel, graduating in 2010. In 2011, he moved to Tel Aviv, where he worked for Ardan-Traffic Engineering and was involved in different major projects in Israel, such as the Red Line-Light rail system in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area. In 2015,…

Jingqin Gao

Ph.D. Candidate Jingqin Gao Wins WTS Leadership Award

Ph.D. Candidate Jingqin Gao Wins WTS Leadership Award C2SMART congratulates Ph.D. candidate Jingqin Gao, who has been awarded the WTS Beverley Swaim Staley Leadership Legacy Scholarship by the WTS Greater New York Chapter. The award is presented annually to an outstanding young woman pursuing graduate studies working toward a career in transportation or a related field,…

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C2SMART Students Win IATR Hackathon

C2SMART Students Win IATR Hackathon C2SMART congratulates its students Reuben Juster and Assel Dmitriyeva on their success in the 4th Annual IATR Hackathon, sponsored by Curb Mobility. Participants were tasked with presented a “Smart Mobility Plan” involving innovative multi-modal mobility service and safety enhancements in Calgary, the host city for this year’s IATR Annual Conference.…

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Development and Tech Transfer of Multi-Agent Simulation Testbed

Development and Tech Transfer of Multi-agent Virtual Simulation Testbed Ecosystem As cities grow and new transportation alternatives and technologies emerge, the complexity of managing urban transportation systems increases as well. Transportation policymakers and agency leaders need models that can support time-sensitive planning, operation control and policy implementation. C2SMART is working to fill this need through…

Sparkman: A Smart Parking Management Tool

Sparkman: A Smart Parking Management Tool for University Campuses Every vehicle trip starts and ends with parking, making parking facilities main components of transportation infrastructure. Universities face particularly complex parking problems due to the wide variety of trip types, users and facilities they serve. Every university has a parking department responsible for the implementation of…

Vehicle-Traffic Control with Limited Capacity CAVs

Research and Field-Testing of Vehicle-Traffic Control with Limited-Capacity Connected/Autonomous Vehicles Connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) are believed to have great promise for the future of urban traffic control, and much research has been conducted in the past decade on the possibilities CAVs present for improving traffic flow in cities. However, the primary focus has been…

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Connected Vehicles for Municipal Fleets

Connected Vehicles for Municipal Vehicular Fleets: Applications and Testing Framework New York City operates a large and diverse fleet of vehicles, ranging from sanitation trucks to light-duty vehicles, each with its own safety needs. Currently, connected vehicle technology is being deployed in more than 8,000 vehicles in the city as part of the NYCDOT CV…