Tim Pede explored the relationship between building and transportation energy use in cities as a UVM graduate student and a Graduate Research Assistant at the Transportation Research Center. After graduating with his Master’s Degree from the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, Tim started a PhD program at the … Continue reading
Lisa Aultman-Hall, University of Vermont For many decades, the majority of research on travel patterns has focused on daily activity patterns within people’s home region. Long distance and intercity travel, including most tourism, leisure and much business travel, were rarely modeled by university researchers or public planning agencies. Airlines, hotel … Continue reading
The impact of Tropical Storm Irene on Vermont was felt everywhere a road followed along a river or stream. Roads washed out, bridges failed and fell into turbulent waters, and state and town highway departments scrambled to restore roadways to permit responders to get in and help. The response by … Continue reading
If you missed last Friday’s Brown Bag Lecture Series presentation by Dr. Jeff LaMondia you’re in luck because we recorded the entire presentation. There was a problem with the projector during the presentation which is why the screen appears yellow but fortunately we have the presentation in PDF form which you can access by Clicking here.