Hyeon-Shic Shin, Ph.D.
- Assistant Professor
- Office Location:
- CBEIS 314
B.A., Dankook University, Seoul, Korea
M..A, University of Akron
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago
Transportation economics, Transportation safety, freight transportation demand management, land use and transportation, social/environmental justice,
Urban transportation planning, Quantitative planning method, Public policy analysis, Public policy formulation, Statistics.
Shin, H.S. et al. "The development of local calibration factors for implementing the Highway Safety Manual in Maryland, SHA, 2014.
Shin et al. "Maryland motor carrier program performance enhancement." SHA, 2014.
With Holguin-Veras et al., "Transferrability of freight trip generation models." Transportation Research Record 2379 (2013): 1-8.
Shin, H.S. et al. "Pedestrian safety programs in centers of large cities: institutional settings and identified barriers." Transportation Research Record 2264 (2011): 119-127.
Panero, M. and H.S. Shin. "Urban Distribution Centers: A means to reducing freight vehicles traveled. NYSDOT. 2011.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning
Grants and Awards:
The development of local calibration factors - Phase II, Maryland State Highway Administration (Accepted for funding 2014).
Environmental and safety attributes of electric vehicle ownership and commuting behavior: public policy and equity consideration. Mid-Atlantic Transportation Center, UVA, University Transportation Center Program, USDOT (2014).
Multi-layered integrated urban freight delivery network - Phase I, UMD NTC, University Transportation Center Program, USDOT (2014).