Hyeon-Shic Shin, Ph.D.

Title: 
Assistant Professor
Office Location: 
CBEIS 314
Phone: 
443-885-3208
Email: 
hyeonshic.shin@morgan.edu
Education:

B.A., Dankook University, Seoul, Korea
M..A, University of Akron
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago

Education:

B.A., Dankook University, Seoul, Korea
M..A, University of Akron
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago

Who I Am & What I Do for Fun:

I am always thinking a lot about movement-the movement of people and goods and the way a baseball moves across the plate. I also have fallen in love with city & regional planning since high school years when he found that the shoulder injury prevents him from pursuing a professional baseball career.

Besides a youth baseball coach specializing in pitching, I am doing lots of fun-filled activities at SA+P-teaching and research. My main research interests are in the areas of planning and policy directions for smart mobility taking advantage of automated/connected vehicles, transportation equity and last mile urban freight delivery rationalization. I have been an investigator on over 30 research projects in excess of $7 million (including a pending contract) during my 10-year career.

My door is always open for you! Stop by!

Research Interest(s):
Transportation economics, Transportation safety, freight transportation demand management, land use and transportation, social/environmental justice,

Teaching Interest(s):
Urban transportation planning, Quantitative planning method, Public policy analysis, Public policy formulation, Statistics.

Selected Publication(s):
Shin, H.S. et al. 2016. Measuring User Acceptance of and Willingness-to-pay for CVI Technology. Connected Vehicle Infrastructure University Transportation Center, Virginia Tech, USDOT.

Shin, H.S. et al 2016. Research Product Transfer for Local Calibration Factors of Highway Safety Manual (HSM) and Integrated Surrogate Safety Assessment Framework. Mid-Atlantic Universities Transportation Center. University of Pennsylvania, USDOT.

Shin, H.S. et al. 2016 “Socio-economic characteristics, current technology use and willingness-to-pay for connected vehicles: A structural equation modeling approach.” In the Proceedings of 95th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. January, 2016.

Shin, H.S., S. Bapna. 2016. “Developing a Resource Allocation Model to Maximize Benefits of Commercial Motor Vehicle Roadside Inspections.” In the Proceedings of 95th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.

Shin,H.S. et al. 2016. “Aggregate vs. Disaggregate Calibration of Highway Safety Manual for Freeway Segments and Speed-Change Lanes in Maryland State.”

Shin, H.S. S. Bapana, and Z.A.Farkas. 2016. “Measuring the Economic Performance of the Freight Industry: Freight Economic Output Index at the State Level.” In the Proceedings of 95th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.

Dadvar, S., H.S. Shin., Y.J., Lee. 2016. “Local Calibration of Crash Modifcation Factors To Improve Predictability Of Highway Safety Manual - Case of Maryland Rural Two-Lane, Two-Way Roads.” In the Proceedings of 95th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.

Shin, H.S. et al. 2015. “User Acceptance and Willingness to Pay for Connected Vehicle Technologies: Adaptive Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2531: 54–62.

Shin, H.S. et al. 2015. “User Acceptance and Willingness to Pay for Connected Vehicle Technologies: Adaptive Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2531: 54–62.

Shin, H.S. et al. 2015. “Statistical Evaluation of Different Sample Sizes for Local Calibration Process in Highway Safety Manual.” Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2515: 94–103.

Shin, H.S. et al. 2015. “Results and Lessons from Local Calibration Process of Highway Safety Manual for the State of Maryland.” Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2515: 104–114.

Markovic, N., P. Schonfeld, A. Unnikrishnan and H.S. Shin. 2014. Needs, Barriers and Analysis Methods for Integrated Urban Freight. Mid-Atlantic Universities Transportation Center. University of Pennsylvania, USDOT.

Shin, H.S. et al. 2014. “Women’s Acceptance of and Willingness-to-pay for Connected Vehicles.” Women’s Issues in Transpiration, TRB Special Report, Forthcoming in 2014.

Shin, H.S., S. Bapna, and I. Bonnaparte. Measuring Economic Contribution of Freight Industry to the Maryland Economy. Maryland State Highway Administration, forthcoming 2014.

Shin, H.S. Y.J. Lee, and S. Dadvar. The Development of Local Calibration Factors for Implementing the Highway Safety Manual in Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration, 2014.

Shin, H.S., S. Bapna, and R. Buddharaju. Maryland Motor Carrier Program Performance Enhancement. Maryland State Highway Administration, 2014.

Shin, H.S. and S. Dadvar, Safety Analysis for the Prioritized Three Safety Improvement Locations on I495, Maryland State Highway Administration, 2014

Professional Affiliation(s):
Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning

Grants and Awards:
Broening Highway Freight Corridor and Community Impact Study. Funded by the City of Baltimore and the Federal Highway Administration. (2016). $3 million (contract pending).

Connected Vehicle Technologies for Energy Efficient Urban Transportation, by the Research and Innovative Technology Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation via Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability University Transportation Center at University of Virginia, (2016). $35,000 (contract pending).

Climate Change and Non-Motorized Transportation, by the Research and Innovative Technology Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation via Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability University Transportation Center at University of Virginia, (2016). $37,000.

Environmental and Safety Attributes of Electric Vehicle Ownership and Commuting Behavior: Public Policy and Equity Consideration, by the Research and Innovative Technology Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation via Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability University Transportation Center at University of Virginia, (2015). $100,000.

Improving the Reliability of Freight, Sponsored by the Research and Innovative Technology Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation via National Transportation Center at University of Maryland, (2015). $35,000.

Developing Local Calibration Factors for Implementing the HSM in Maryland - Phase II, Freeway Application and Refinement, sponsored by Maryland State Highway Administration, (2014). $150,000.

Safety Analysis for the Prioritized Three Safety Improvement Locations on I-495. Sponsored by the Maryland State Highway Administration, (2014). $30,000.