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
Hello all, please note that our 2021 CM2 Fall Exhibition is now live! Please go HERE to view the page.
The Cooperative Mobility for Competitive Megaregions (CM2) consortium held its annual Summer Forum earlier this month at the Texas Southern University (TSU) campus in Houston, TX. The Summer Forum provides a unique opportunity for UTC researchers from different institutions to share ongoing research efforts and program updates with CM2 partners… read more
SXSW is a festival that needs no introduction. The latest and greatest in music, film, and tech are premiered to the world during the multi-day event that takes place in Austin, TX every March. This year, transportation issues were at the forefront, with several panels discussing the future of transportation.… read more
Last week, 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) 98th Annual Meeting. CM2 was there in full force with 26 researchers from all of our partner and affiliated institutions participating in 53 total… read more
CM2 director, Dr. Ming Zhang, gave two conference presentations in China last month, rounding out a very productive 2018 for the center. On December 12, Dr. Zhang presented “A model for corridor TOD land use plan optimization: Concept and Implementation” at the Fourth International Symposium on Land Use, Transport Infrastructure, and Sustainable… read more