New Mobility2018-12-10T13:55:53+00:00

The New Mobility program considers the intersection of travel behavior, economics, engineering, regulation, and infrastructure as technology and business forces lead to new mobility options. These options include ridehailing, automated and connected vehicles, and micromobility. New mobility can strain existing infrastructure and regulations, and researching empirical questions can inform a response.

Lead Scholars

Brian D. Taylor
Brian D. TaylorProfessor of Urban Planning and ITS Director
J.R. DeShazo
J.R. DeShazoProfessor of Urban Planning and Public Policy and Luskin Center Director
Rajit Gadh
Rajit GadhProfessor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Other Scholars

Mario Gerla
Professor of Computer Science

Jason Karpman
Researcher for Global Public Affairs at Luskin

Asad Madni
Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Michael Manville
Associate Professor of Urban Planning

Gregory Pierce
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning

Mason Porter
Professor of Mathematics

Deepak Rajagopal
Assistant Professor of Environment and Sustainability

Mohja Rhoads
Lecturer in Transportation Geography

Izhak Rubin
Distinguished Professor and Area Director for Signals and Systems

Paulo Tabuada
Professor of Electrical Engineering

Brian Taylor
Professor of Urban Planning and ITS Director

John Villasenor
Professor of electrical engineering