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The transportation research faculty, consisting of Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood, along with Professor Chris Cherry and Professor Lee Han, are […]

Although smart technology continues to completely alter the way humans in the modern world communicate and obtain information, the global […]

Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood was quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article titled “How Cities Are Trying to Reinvent […]

Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood discusses real-time transit information, including its history, benefits, shortcomings, and potential futures, in a recent Talking […]

UT Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood is one of five researchers across three universities who are collaborating on a new project […]

CEE doctoral student Abubakr Zeidan is the 2018 recipient of the Donald C. Hyde Memorial Essay Scholarship from the American Public Transportation Foundation (APTF).

CEE Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood recently did a Q&A with Sidewalk Labs — an organization reimagining how cities can improve […]

Candace Brakewood is covering new ground in transportation-related behavior research while teaching the fundamentals and planning of transportation to UT students.

Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood recently won the Transportation Research Board’s 2017 Fred Burggraf Award. This international award recognizes the year’s […]