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
Fourteen graduate students recently completed the UT School of Architecture’s first ever Transportation Quest, a day-long field trip that brought students into direct conversation with transportation leaders in many of the organizations central to keeping people and goods moving in Austin and the Texas Triangle megaregion.
Holly Reed from Texas Central came and spoke with students at CM2 on Thursday, October 17 about the proposed high speed rail project to connect Houston and Dallas. Reed laid the foundation for the project by explaining how the size of the cities and the number of annual car trips… read more
Some of CM2’s principal researchers presented their work to students at our monthly brownbag event on Thursday, September 26. Dr. Sandi Rosenbloom presented her research and efforts to create a Safe and Healthy Aging Lab within CM2.
Allan Rutter from TTI visited CM2 on Thursday, September 19 to talk to students interested in transportation about past and future plans for a high speed rail in Texas. Mr. Rutter has more than 30 years of experience in multimodal transportation policy, finance, and safety. He has experience working with… read more