FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 17, 2022Contact Will Jason (415) 475-9554 New Book Megaregions and America’s Future Provides a Framework for Large-Scale Public Investment Cambridge, MA — Stretching from Portland, Maine, to Norfolk, Virginia, the Northeast megaregion is a powerhouse of the knowledge economy. Yet it struggles with grinding congestion, escalating climate change risks,… read more
What: CM2 March 2022 Brownbag Event When: Thursday, March 24, 2022, @12:00pm CST Zoom Meeting Link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/94960493575 Please join CM2 on Zoom for our March spring Brownbag presentation occurring on March 24th from TSU’s Ed Pettitt.
The CM2 February 2022 Brown Bag online presentation took place on February 24th and was the first scheduled Brown Bag presentation of the Spring 2022 academic semester. If you missed the Zoom presentations from Ph.D. candidate Joshua Davidson from our partner institution University of Pennsylvania, please check out the Texas Architecture… read more
WHAT: Crafting the Megaregion Problem Statement for Vulnerable Communities in Texas WHO: CM2 Consortium Members, Transportation Professionals, and Community Leaders DATE & TIME: March 31, 2022 1:30 – 3:00 PM CT RSVP: Zoom Registration Link CM2 consortium partner institution Texas Southern University Center for Transportation Training and Research (TSU-CTTR) is… read more
On February 19th, the CM2 team participated in Girl Day at UT Austin 2022, presented by Women in STEM (WiSTEM). UT Austin’s national award-winning Girl Day event gives elementary and middle school students a chance to explore STEM through grade-appropriate, hands-on activities hosted by volunteer scientists, engineers, astronomers, and STEM… read more
Please join CM2 for an informative presentation from Ph.D. candidate Joshua Davidson (University of Pennsylvania) regarding measuring the change in bike share use. As cities large and small strive to increase transit options, bike share programs remain a popular topic. What does a data-based analysis show about these bike-share programs?… read more