CM2 partnered with Tran-SET on March 4th to host a webinar about “Techniques to Optimize, Enhance and Facilitate Freight Movement.” Researcher Michael Walton’s Graduate Research Assistant and PhD candidate, Rydell Walthall, presented on “A Perspective on Intra-regional Freight Planning Capabilities and the Implications for Megaregional Planning.” He talked about the… read more
On Saturday, February 22 CM2 co-hosted an event at GirlDayUT with the WTS Heart of Texas Chapter. The event is organized to help introduce young girls to STEM professions.
Students in Professor Ming Zhang’s Planning for Megaregions class took a trip to the Netherlands and Germany from February 8-15th to learn about “super-city regions” in the European context.
Earlier this month, transportation policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions gathered in Washington, D.C. for the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 99th Annual Meeting. CM2 was there in full force with 23 researchers from all of our partner and affiliated institutions participating in 41 total events/sessions. CM2 looks… read more
On Friday, November 15 CM2 researchers gathered at the new Review Gallery space in the West Mall Building at UT to present their ongoing research projects for the five-year Cooperative Mobility for Competitive Megaregions (CM2) consortium. In addition to our faculty and student researchers, representatives from our Support Partner Program… read more
Luke Hassall is a master’s student in City Planning at the University of Pennsylvania. His area of concentration is Transportation and Infrastructure Planning. Luke is originally from Auckland, New Zealand. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania in 2011. Prior to… read more