CRP Student News
As part of an independent study during the fall semester, Christian Higgins (B.S. URS ’14) worked with Chemung County Transit in Elmira to produce a transit corridor study on a bus route that runs from downtown Elmira to Arnot Mall in Horseheads, New York. The study, which included a survey conducted by Higgins, analyzed ways to increase ridership along the route.
Quinn Kelly (B.S. URS ’14) spent the summer as an intern for the city of Fayetteville, Arkansas, where he focused on bicycle transportation planning. He moved an on-street bicycle infrastructure plan from the public input stage through approval by the city council and into the creation of final design.
Fifth-year CRP Ph.D. student Scarlett Zuo presented “Vehicle Lifetime Trends and Scrappage Behavior in the U.S. Used Car Market” at the Third International Conference of Regional Science Association International (RSAI) in Beijing, China, and the Ninth World Congress of the RSAI in Timisoara, Romania. She also attended the Association of Environmental Resource Economists’ Second Annual Summer Conference in Asheville, NC.