Jan. 4, 2018
WASHINGTON — Susan A. Shaheen, co-director, Institute of Transportation Studies’ Transportation Sustainability Center, University of California (UC), Berkeley; adjunct professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, UC Berkeley; and faculty scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, is the 2017 recipient of the Roy W. Crum Award for her distinguished achievements in transportation research. Named for Roy W. Crum, who served as the Transportation Research Board’s executive director from 1928 until his death in 1951, TRB’s Crum Award recognizes outstanding leadership in transportation research or research administration. Shaheen will accept her award on Jan. 10, 2018, at the 97th TRB Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Shaheen is an internationally recognized leader in research on shared mobility and environmentally friendly transportation. Her research has broken new ground in carsharing, bikesharing, and shared-ride services for more than two decades. She has also advanced sustainable transportation research in the areas of smart parking management for public transit and trucks; ecorouting for private vehicles and freight; fuel cell, electric, and plug-in hybrid vehicles and infrastructure; smart cities; and older mobility. She has authored 60 journal articles, more than 120 reports and proceedings articles, nine book chapters, and co-edited two books.
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