Evaluating the benefits of multi-modal investments on promoting travel mobility in Central Florida - Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering


With growing emphasis in Florida’s urban regions on non-auto mobility – public transit, pedestrian and bicyclist modes – it is useful to develop methods that accommodate the potential adoption of non-auto modes within the mobility planning process. Toward this end, the proposed research employs an existing regiol model framework to study multi-modal mobility for the Central Florida region. The model will predict the tendency for auto vs non-auto mode choice by individual citizens, and the resulting increase in mobility, based on the level of transit and non-motorized investments to help improve travel forecasting accuracy.

Project Dates

Start Date: 1/1/2020 - End Date: 5/10/2020

Students Needed

Type of Project

Individual

Student Responsibilities

Help with Data Processing and Prelimiry Alysis

Time Commitment

Student Requirements

Interested in Working With the Following Programs

For EXCEL URE Students Only

Additional Notes

EXCEL / COMPASS (STEM only)

Position Overview

  • Date Posted: 10-11-2017
  • Location:
    • Orlando (Main Campus)
  • Paid: Yes