Melanie Smith (BS/CE ’17, MS/CE ’20) applies her UT engineering education toward the safety of anyone traveling across Tennessee, and […]
Yi Wen: Why did you decide to pursue a PhD degree in the first place? Yuandong Liu: I am motivated […]
This year, the Tennessee Section Institute of Transportation Engineers (TSITE) awarded seven individual awards and one group award to CEE […]
Yi Wen: Why did you choose to study civil engineering and transportation? Wes Darling: I chose to study civil engineering, […]
Associate Department Head and Professor Chris Cherry has published an op-ed for CoMotion News entitled “To Make Electric Scooters Safer, […]
At any given time, about 20 percent of drivers have a potentially impairing drug in their system. Road traffic injuries […]
The records for buried infrastructure are often unavailable, incomplete, and inaccurate, which can cause a number of hazards to the […]
For a commuter, nothing quite sinks the heart like having to slow to a stop in a seemingly never-ending line […]
Professor Chris Cherry is chair of the newly-formed Powered Micromobility Vehicles Committee of SAE International that launched in 2018. Cherry, […]
Professor Chris Cherry and doctoral student Yi Wen are investigating the pros and cons of e-scooters as they relate to safety, public policy, and best practices.
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