The future of transportation is the convergence of automated, connected, electrified, and shared vehicles. Analysts worldwide anticipate that these vehicles will bring us closer to zero fatalities, zero travel delays, and zero green-house-gas emissions. Nevertheless, there are tremendous uncertainties about the impacts on safety, accessibility, mobility, and the environment. Transportation professionals are seeking to understand the implications for planning, engineering, policy-making, and international standardization. Bridgelall’s research focuses on all aspects of intelligent transportation solutions, including the evolution of cyber-physical security, computing, and data science.
Assistant Professor of Transportation and Logistics
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