Research Reports | Active and Completed Projects
How Do Complete Streets Matter for Communities? The Case of Richfield, Minnesota
July 2020, MnDOT 2020-22
Active and Completed Projects
The Health and Transportation Nexus: A Conceptual Framework for Collaborative Health and Transportation Planning
Telecommuting during COVID-19: How does it shape the future workplace and workforce?
EAGER: Spatiotemporal Big Data Analysis to Understand COVID-19 Effects
RAPID: Collaborative Research: Using Data to Understand the Effects of Transportation on the Spread of COVID-19 as a Propagator and a Control Mechanism
High Fidelity Quantification of Social Distancing Behaviors in Public Recreation Areas
COVID-19 Implications on Public Transportation: Understanding Post-Pandemic Travel Behavior Decision-Making Process among Downtown Minneapolis Commuters
Research Paper on the Role of Transportation in Addressing Social Isolation in Older Adults
Equitable Access to Healthcare Through Improved Access to Transportation
SCC: Leveraging Autonomous Shared Vehicles for Greater Community Health, Equity, Livability, and Prosperity (HELP)
Quantifying the Impacts of Complete Streets: The Case of Richfield
Measuring Travel Happiness in Shenzhen: Framework and Application.