James E. Moore II

Expert in transportation engineering, including issues related to infrastructure, traffic, mass transit, congestion and disasters

Director, USC Transportation Engineering Program
Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering, and Civil Engineering, USC Viterbi School of Engineering
Professor of Public Policy and Management, USC Price School of Public Policy
Executive Committee member, National Center for Metropolitan Transportation Research (METRANS)
Faculty affiliate, USC Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events

Expertise

  • traffic management and planning
  • roads, highways, trains, light rail, maglev, seaports
  • transportation and natural disasters, including earthquakes
  • state and federal transportation agencies
  • seismic and terrorist risk analysis for transportation networks
  • urban transportation planning and investment
  • operations research techniques and urban policy
  • market-based planning strategies
  • transportation engineering
  • evaluation of transportation systems and technologies
  • optimal infrastructure investment and pricing policies
  • economic impact analysis

Additional Information

  • Faculty affiliate, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center; Mineta Transportation Institute

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