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This expert is a Professor at a prestigious University. This expert's primary area of expertise is transportation and public policy, with a particular focus on transportation and infrastructure finance. This expert's recent research investigates transportation finance and the role of public private partnerships. This expert's book examines policies to improve the flexibility of urban transportation systems. This expert has also studied the role of standards in the development and adoption of technology, particularly technological cooperation across jurisdictional boundaries through coalitions and consortia. A case in point is the E-ZPass highway toll tag, now adopted by millions of households in the U.S. Mandatory standards setting processes, which are more common in Europe and Asia, have met with less successful adoption and serious implementation problems. This expert has twice chaired committees of the National Academy of Sciences that reviewed the U.S. Department of Transportation standards program for intelligent transportation systems.
This professor teaches a Master's in Transportation Policy, Operations and Logistics program. This unique program provides students with a solid knowledge of the theory, policy, law, research and practices required for effectively and efficiently supplying and managing modern transportation facilities and services. This expert has also taught a course on the Interstate highway system as a socio-technical system as part of the university's Honors in General Education, which examines the history and development of the Interstate highway system, and the role it has played in the development of modern America.
This expert received a B.S. in Civil Engineering, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Transportation), with doctoral minors in economics, and urban and regional planning. This expert's dissertation examined the history and development of the Interstate highway system from its origins through its design and deployment and beyond.
This expert holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering, is a Certified Systems Engineering Professional, and brings to the table many years of experience designing, specifying, testing, analyzing and managing the development of complex commercial and public systems using the principles of modern systems engineering. This expert has applied systems engineering expertise to the USDOT National ITS Architecture Program. Since forming a systems engineering firm, this expert has continued to work on the National ITS Architecture Team involved in architecture development, architecture maintenance, architecture training, and in support to ITS standards development efforts. This expert is one of the foremost experts on the subject of ITS Architecture development and application across all ITS modes and services. At this expert's firm, this expert has led the development of over 70 regional and statewide ITS architectures as well as national and regional ITS architectures overseas. This expert was involved in the Inter-Agency Group's (IAG) successful design, development and deployment of the Reconciliation Network that connects all E-ZPass customer service centers. This expert is an NHI (US DOT National Highway Institute) certified instructor, teaching and developing courses in National ITS Architecture, Turbo Architecture, Improving Highway Safety with ITS, and ITS Systems Engineering; and is an instructor for a National Transit Institute. This expert is the named inventor of five (5) ITS-related patents and has both deposition and testimony experience in ETC and other matters concerning intellectual property.