Michael Cassidy

Recent Projects Awarded

  • Design and Operation of Bi-Modal Urban Networks: System-optimum Strategies to Accommodate People’s Day-long Decisions, 2012 (As Co-PI). National Science Foundation.
  • Bus Stops near Signalized Intersections: Analytical Models, Management Strategies and Design Guidelines, 2012. University of California Transportation Center.
  • Transit Access and Egress via Bicycle Sharing, 2012 (As Co-PI). University of California Transportation Center.
  • Future of Urban Transport, 2012 (As Co-PI). VOLVO Research and Teaching Foundation.
  • Dynamic Sharing of the Urban Infrastructure by Buses and Cars, 2009. University of California Institute of Transportation Studies.
  • The Influence of Access Mode Characteristics on Trunk Technology Choice and Network Configuration, 2009 (As Co-PI). University of California Transportation Center.
  • Strategies for Segregating Bus and Car Traffic in Amman, Jordan, 2009. Amman Institute (Jordan).
  • Theories of Multimodal Urban Mobility, 2009 (As Co-PI). National Science Foundation.
  • Formulating and Applying Models for Planning and Designing Integrated Public Transit, 2009. University of California Transportation Center.
  • Experiments to Improve the Benefits of Freeway Carpool Lanes, 2008. University of California Transportation Center.
  • Improving Public Transit to Serve Medi-Cal Recipients, 2007. University of California Transportation Center.