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: 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
Dr. Carol Abel-Lewis, and Dr. Gwendolyn Goodwin released their official report from the TSU Center for Transportation Training and Research (CTTR) megaregions workshop that occurred in December of 2020. You can view the official report HERE Please see below for a summary of the event. Texas Southern University’s Center for… read more
Last month, transportation planners, administrators, practitioners, researchers, students, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions gathered online for the all-virtual Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) 61st Annual Conference. Many CM2 PIs and GRAs presented their CM2-related research in either poster or lectern sessions during the multi-day virtual conference. For… read more
Hello all, please note that our 2021 CM2 Fall Exhibition is now live! Please go HERE to view the page.
The September 2021 Brown Bag featured presentations from Associate Professor Danelle Briscoe and Associate Professor Dr. Junfeng Jiao of UT Austin. If you missed their Zoom presentations, please view the recording below or check out the Texas Architecture YouTube channel for more! The October 2021 Brown Bag will take place… read more