UT faculty and students attend the world’s largest transportation research conference to showcase leadership, improvements, and innovation in transportation.
UT graduate students Ashley Hightower and Grace Whitehouse both received prestigious Eisenhower fellowship grants to help fund their research in the transportation field. Hightower received the maximum amount awarded.
UT’s Candace Brakewood led a team that won the Transportation Research Board’s William Millar Award, the second year in a row a team from her group has done so.
UT’s Associate Professor Candace Brakewood and Professor Chris Cherry look for a way to increase public transportation usage in a post-pandemic world.
Associate Professor Candace Brakewood explores the future of public transportation use after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Research published by Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood recently cited in the New York Times.
Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood published research that synthesizes the current state of reduced-fare programs for low-income transit riders.
Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood co-authored an article titled “Declines in Transit Ridership,” published in TR News.
Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood co-authored a chapter in the newly released book, The Handbook of Public Transport Research, by Edward Elgar Publishing.
Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood was quoted in a Bloomberg CityLab article examining how payments for transit fares have changed during the pandemic.