Cooperative Mobility for Competitive Megaregions (CM2) is proud to welcome our newest Advisory Committee member, Michael Morris, P.E. Michael joins us as the Director of Transportation for the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) and has been on staff in the Transportation Department of the North Central Texas Council… read more
What: CM2 Symposium: Megaregions and America’s Future When: Thursday December 3 – Friday December 4, 2020 Co-hosted by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (LILP) and CM2, please join us for two days of workshops and panel discussions focused on the future of the megaregion in the United States. For… read more
David Seunglee Park, Sustainable Transportation & Infrastructure Planning; Camille Boggan; Sustainable Transportation & Infrastructure Planning; Emily Kennedy, Sustainable Transportation & Infrastructure Planning; and Kate Sutton, Transportation and Spatial Data Science; University of Pennsylvania CM2 UTC partner institution the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) has won the ITS America’s Emerging Leaders Program Global Challenge. UPenn team… read more
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.