Impact of Ridesharing in New York City

Impact of Ridesharing in New York City With a pilot use case of ride-sharing offered through UberPOOL, Lyft Shared, and other for hire vehicle (FHV) companies in New York City, Dr. Sobolevsky prototyped a simulation modeling framework to assess city-scale impacts of transportation innovations and related policies on urban transportation systems, along with associated environmental,…

Nicholas Hudanich

Nicholas Hudanich LinkedIn Nicholas Hudanich is a sophomore undergraduate at New York University, pursuing a major in Civil Engineering with a Transportation minor. Nick is a researcher and a part of the website/communications team at C2SMART. Nick has contributed to transit research projects such as the MTA Jay Street Accessible Stations Pilot, and the monthly COVID-19…

Capital Program Resource Model (CPRM)

Background The NYSDOT directly maintains and improves the State’s approximately 43,700 State highway lane miles and nearly 7,900 bridges. In addition, the Department partially funds locally operated transit systems, local government highway and bridge construction, and rail, airport, and canal programs. The Department’s SFY 2018-19 budget was approximately $10 billion with a staffing target of…

Jeffrey Weidner

Jeffrey Weidner Assistant Professor Contact Jeffrey Weidner is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at The University of Texas at El Paso. He moved to El Paso from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in July 2016. Before coming to Texas, Jeff spent four years as the Practice Leader for Research at Intelligent Infrastructure Systems, a…

Natalia Villanueva Rosales

Natalia Villanueva Rosales Assistant Professor Contact Natalia Villanueva Rosales aims to to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the discovery, integration, and trust of scientific data and models. Her approaches link human and machine knowledge to address societally-relevant problems in areas that require interdisciplinary research and international collaborations such as sustainability of water resources and…

Sparkman, The Smart Parking App: Optimizing Parking on Campuses

Sparkman, The Smart Parking App: Optimizing Parking on College Campuses Every vehicle trip starts and ends with parking, and shortages or misallocations of parking spaces not only lead to lost time, money and productivity but also to congestion, accidents, environmental impacts, and other surprising spillover effects. Universities face particularly complex parking problems due to the…

Completed Reports TEMPLATE

Completed Reports Sustainability of Urban Consumption PracticesPrincipal Investigator: Sarah Kaufman, New York University Project Page C2SMART Urban Roadway Testbed in Brooklyn NYPrincipal Investigator: Hani Nassif, Rutgers University Project Page Development and Tech Transfer of an Integrated Robust Traffic State and Parameter Estimation and Adaptive Ramp Metering Control SystemPrincipal Investigator: Kaan Ozbay, New York University Project…