Sunday, September 17, 2017

HHH Ph.D. student Tao studies public transport

HHH welcomes new Ph.D. candidate Mr. Tao Tao.  His faculty advisor is Associate Professor Jason Cao and his areas of expertise center on public transportation planning and operation

Tao Tao received his bachelor's degree of Traffic and Transportation, and master's degree of Transportation Planning and Management at Southeast University in China. Following graduate school, Tao has served as a research assistant with a focus on public transportation planning and operation, participating in research on the operating characteristics of public bicycle sharing systems in medium- and small-scale cities in China. Other research interests include organization mode and capacity of the modern streetcar. As a PhD student, Tao plans to continuing pursuing research in public transportation.
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