The Future of Transportation Isn’t What You Think It Is…
Wesley Marshall, PhD, PEBio:
Wesley Marshall, PhD, PE (Civil Engineering): Dr. Marshall is a professor of Civil Engineering and affiliate faculty in Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Colorado Denver, director of the CU Denver Transportation Research Center and co-director of the Active Communities/Transportation (ACT) research group. He received his Professional Engineering (P.E.) license in 2003 and focuses on transportation teaching and research dedicated to creating more sustainable and resilient systems, particularly in terms of road safety, active transportation, and smart cities. Having spent time in the private sector with Sasaki Associates and Clough, Harbour and Associates, Dr. Marshall have been working in civil and transportation engineering for 25 years. His publications include more than 70 refereed journal articles and book chapters, including the Wootan Award winner for Outstanding TRB Paper in the field of Policy and Organization. He also received the Campus-wide award from the University of Colorado Denver for Outstanding Faculty in Research.