Hyeon-Shic  Shin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

 

Education
BA, Dankook University, Seoul, Korea
MA, University of Akron
PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Interests:
Transportation economics, Transportation safety, freight transportation demand management, land use and transportation, social/environmental justice, 

Teaching Interests:
Urban transportation planning, Quantitative planning method, Public policy analysis, Public policy formulation, Statistics.

Selected Publication(s):
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.

Professional Affiliation(s):
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).