Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy

Zhang, Wenwen

  • Title: Assistant Professor in Informatics
  • Department / Research Program: Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
  • Email: wenwen.zhang@ejb.rutgers.edu
  • Phone: 848-932-2802
  • Detailed Profile: https://bloustein.rutgers.edu/zhang/
  • Research Areas: Urban land use and transportation interaction, innovative/disruptive transportation technology, urban modeling/simulation, sustainable development, and data analytics and visualization in planning.
  • Energy Research Focus: Residential and commercial building energy consumptions and interaction with urban built environment; the impact of emerging transportation technologies, especially automated vehicles, ride-hailing services, and micromobility, on transportation energy consumptions, stemming from technology adoption, travel behavior adaptation, and vehicle technology advancement.

Noland, Robert B.

  • Title: Distinguished Professor, Director of Voorhees Transportation Center, Director of PhD Program in Planning and Public Policy
  • Department / Research Program: Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Voorhees Transportation Center, PhD Program in Planning and Public Policy
  • Email: rnolard@ejb.rutgers.edu
  • Phone: 848-932-2859
  • Detailed Profile: http://bloustein.rutgers.edu/noland/
  • Research Areas: Impacts of transport planning and policy on environmental outcomes, micro-simulation of pedestrian-vehicle interactions, non-motorized transportation, safety analyses.
  • Energy Research Focus: Impacts of transportation planning and policy on both economic and environmental outcomes, economic effects of behavioral reactions to changes in reliability, associations with the built environment, and trip chaining behavior, impacts on safety, climate, health, and other factors associated with overall quality of life, evaluation of traffic safety data and how safety modeling is used in economic assessment and planning of infrastructure, analysis of the costs and benefits of road diet conversions, analysis of walking behavior and links to other travel behavior and the built environment, analysis of climate change impacts on accessibility, evaluation of bike-sharing systems

Andrews, Clinton

  • Title: Professor, Associate Dean for Research, Director
  • Department / Research Program: Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy/ Urban Planning and Policy Development
  • Phone: 848-932-2808
  • Detailed Profile: http://bloustein.rutgers.edu/andrews/
  • Research Areas: Policy, Building efficiency, Simulation modeling, Human behavior, Green buildings, Electric utilities
  • Energy Research Focus: Behavioral, policy and planning aspects of energy use in the built environment

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