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November 16, 2015
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Dr. Steve Mattingly
Decision and Risk Analysis, Transportation and Public Health, Transportation, and More
Ph.D. 2000 University of California, Irvine
M.S. 1994 University of Texas at Arlington
B.S. 1991 Rice University
Areas of Expertise and Interest: Decision and Risk Analysis (AHP, Multiattribute, Multiobjective techniques), Transportation and Public Health, Institutional Studies and Analysis, Transportation Planning, Operations Research/Logistics, Network Optimization (Linear and nonlinear), Intelligent Transportation Systems, Traffic Engineering, Aviation (Safety and Operations), Public Transit, Bicycle and Pedestrian Behavior and Safety and Transportation Safety
Background: Dr. Mattingly joined the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) in September 2002. Prior to joining UTA he served on the faculty at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks (UAF) for two and a half years, and also served as a lecturer at the University of Southern California. While at UAF, Dr. Mattingly helped found the FAA Air Transportation Centers of Excellence Program: Center for General Aviation Research. He teaches undergraduate courses in transportation engineering and transportation planning as well as graduate courses in analytical models in transportation, system evaluation and decision making, transportation network analysis, transportation planning and bicycle and pedestrian facility planning and design.
In 2013, he joined in a consortium that formed the Transportation Research Center for Livable Communities through the USDOT University Transportation Centers Program. Dr. Mattingly’s areas of research include a wide variety of projects. The state funded research projects include work on evaluating existing highway right-of-way for accommodating high speed passenger rail, evaluating overheight detection devices, managed lane pricing and weaving, institutional approaches for interjurisdictional system management and detection and mitigation of roadway hazards for bicyclists. The federally-funded projects include: developing public health performance measures for transportation infrastructure, engineering sustainable engineers, evaluation of the Anaheim advanced traffic control system field operational test (SCOOT performance and assessment of institutional issues), documenting the institutional issues associated with the Irvine integrated corridor freeway ramp metering and arterial adaptive control field operational test, impacts of the Northridge Earthquake on traffic network performance, and determining the safety impact an end-around taxiway.
Dr. Mattingly is a member of TRB, ITE and ASCE. He has published several articles in Transportation Research Record and International Conferences on Decision-Making in Urban and Civil Engineering.