Policy and behavioral research as it relates to the adoption of new transportation technologies and innovative services including carsharing (short-term vehicle access), bikesharing (short-term bicycle access), ridesharing, transportation network companies, and smart parking management, as well as user acceptance of alternative fuel vehicles. The sharing economy or collaborative consumption, as it relates to mobility, is a growing focus area of her work. This research involves the development of methodological approaches including survey design; innovative data collection approaches (e.g., real-time data, activity data); focus groups; expert interviews; and policy analysis.
Spring Semester: 2:30-3:30pm (coffee hour at Peet's Coffee, CITRIS building) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-3:30pm (408 McLaughlin Hall)
Fall Semester: By appointment