The USDOT UTC (Tier 1) Cooperative Mobility for Competitive Megaregions (CM2) is thrilled to be working with the following faculty from The University of Texas at Austin, Louisiana State University, ​Texas Southern University, and the University of Pennsylvania:

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The University of Texas at Austin:

Dr. Ming Zhang - CM2 Director
Associate Professor of Community and Regional Planning;
Fellow of Hampton K. and Margaret Frye Snell Endowed Chair in Transportation

Mr. Robert Harrison
Senior Research Scientist;
Center for Transportation Research (CTR) Deputy Director

Dr. Junfeng Jiao
Assistant Professor of Community and Regional Planning 

Ms. Lisa Loftus-Otway
Attorney-at-Law;
Research Associate at Center for Transportation Research (CTR)

Dr. Michael Oden
Associate Dean for Research and Operations for the School of Architecture;
Fellow of Martin S. Kermacy Centennial Professorship in Architecture;
Director of the Community and Regional Planning Program

Dr. Sandra Rosenbloom
Research Professor (Affiliated);
Fellow of Hampton K. and Margaret Frye Snell Endowed Chair in Transportation;
Editor of the Journal of the American Planning Association

Dr. Gian-Claudia Sciara
Assistant Professor of Community and Regional Planning

Dr. C. Michael Walton
Professor of Civil Engineering;
Ernest H. Cockrell Centennial Chair in Engineering

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Louisiana State University:

Dr. Brian Wolshon, Ph.D., PE (LA, MI, FL), PTOE
Edward A. Karen W Schmitt Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Texas Southern University:

Dr. Gwendolyn Goodwin, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor with CTTR, College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Dr. Carol Lewis, Ph.D.
Professor and Director of CTTR, College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Dr. Qisheng Pan
Professor, Urban Planning and Environmental Policy, Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs

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University of Pennsylvania:

Dr. John Landis
Professor and Chair, City & Regional Planning, School of Design

Dr. Frederick "Fritz" Steiner
Dean and Paley Professor, City & Regional Planning, School of Design