Dr. Chester is an Associate Professor of Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering at Arizona State University.
Ali Azhar Butt
Dr. Butt is an Assistant Project Scientist working on number of federal and state funded life cycle assessment (LCA) and pavement related projects at University of California Pavement Research Center. A few of the current projects include development of Urban Metabolism and LCA framework for hardscape, LCA of Complete Streets, Vehicle fuel consumption due to the deflection of different types of pavements, traffic speed deflectometer and others.
Dr. Fraser is a Research Assistant Professor of Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering at Arizona State University.
John T. Harvey
Dr. Harvey is a Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of California, Davis. He is interested in pavement (all aspects), urban hardscape, asset management, LCA, and LCCA
Dr. Hendrickson is a long time green design/life cycle assessment educator and researcher. Now semi-retired, he is the Director of the Carnegie Mellon Traffic21 Institute and still conducts research, mainly in transportation.
Chris Hoehne is a doctoral candidate in Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering at Arizona State University. His research focuses on environmental assessment of transportation systems, transportation planning and modeling, resilience in transportation systems, transportation data analytics, and urban mobility and accessibility.
Dr. Horvath is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. He is a pioneer in the field of life cycle assessment of infrastructure systems, many focused on transportation systems.
Professor in transportation engineering (including statistics, economics, design, and travel demand forecasting) at UT Austin for 20 years, Dr. Kockelman holds a PhD, MS, and BS in civil engineering, a Masters of City Planning, and a minor in economics from UC Berkeley. Her primary research interests include planning for shared and autonomous vehicle systems, the statistical modeling of urban systems, energy and climate issues, the economic impacts of transport policy, and crash reduction.
Timothy Lipman, PhD, is an energy and environmental technology, economics, and policy researcher with the University of California - Berkeley. He is currently serving as Co-Director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC), based at the Institute of Transportation Studies and is a Research Affiliate with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His research focuses on electric vehicles, fuel cell technology, combined heat and power systems, renewable energy systems, lifecycle assessment of fuel production pathways, and electricity and hydrogen infrastructure.
Juan Matute is the Associate Director of the UCLA Lewis Center and the Institute of Transportation Studies, and Program Manager of UCLA's Local Climate Change Initiative.
Matthew Nahlik is a researcher in the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at the University of California Los Angeles. He has led several studies that advance the integrated transportation and land-use environmental assessment framework. In 2015 he received an honorable mention from the TRB's Special Task Force on Climate Change and Energy for his work showing how the rate at which investments are made in transit-oriented development can determine whether or not greenhouse gas policy targets are met.
Dr. Noland is the Distinguished Professor of Planning and Public Policy and serves as the Director of the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University. The focus of Dr. Noland’s research is the impacts of transportation planning and policy on both economic and environmental outcomes.
Dr. Saxe is an Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Toronto. She is an expert in life cycle assessment of rail transportation including construction, operation, travel behavior, and land use interactions.
Dr. Shane Underwood is an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at North Carolina State University. Dr. Underwood’s primary area of expertise is in transportation infrastructure and materials and his research focuses on their interaction with society and the natural and built environments in order to engineer better performing and less impactful transportation infrastructure.
James J. Winebrake
Dr. Winebrake currently serves as the dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Rochester Institute of Technology. His research interests are related to the life cycle environmental impacts associated with conventional and alternative fuels in the transportation sector. He is particularly interested in exploring these impacts in the freight sector (trains, trucks, ships, and planes).