• Gregory Rowangould is an associate research professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at The University of New Mexico
  • B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a M.S. in Resource Economics and Policy from the University of Maine
  • Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Davis
  • Science Fellow at the Natural Resources Defense Council, a non-profit environmental advocacy group, where he researched population exposure to vehicle emissions and worked with low income communities to help them create more sustainable transportation solutions
  • Rowangould has over 10 years of transportation policy, planning, and modeling research experience
  • Focused on developing a more sustainable transportation system by improving the models and analytical techniques used to make critical transportation planning and policy decisions, and by developing a better understanding of how transportation system users respond to changes in infrastructure and land use
  • He teaches courses in economics, transportation planning, travel demand forecasting, and design of transportation systems.

Additional areas of interest
Current research investigates modeling issues related to several transportation topics including air quality, environmental policy, goods movementm regional travel demand modeling and bicycle an pedestrian infrastructure.

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