Transportation Design Project Student Poster Session
As part of their course curriculum, students from CEE 470 – Introduction to Transportation Engineering – were asked to create transportation design project posters that were presented in the School of Civil Engineering on April 11th. Coming into the finals homestretch, pizza and refreshments were a hit and provided by ATLAS Center.
Renee St. Louis, ATLAS Center Education Coordinator and Zachary Costello discuss his presentation “Analysis of Traffic Flow at the Intersection of South State Street and South University Avenue.”
CEE 470 Instructor and ATLAS Center Research Coordinator, Lidia Kostyniuk, talks with Jordan Bell, Paul Scott, and James Power as they enjoy their pizza and their presentation “Maryland Purple Line-16 Mile East West Light Rail Transit Line.”
Lisa Molnar, ATLAS Center Associate Director, enjoys conversation with a member of the Military Airfield Design project team as he discusses his presentation.
Elijah Butler (left) and Matt Drago (Joe McConeghy and Ben Shapiro not present in photo) discuss their poster “Traffic Study: Central Campus Transit Center Crosswalk” with their instructor, Lidia Kostyniuk.
Mike Gallo (left) and U-M Public Health PhD candidate, Jonathon Vivoda, discuss statistics and strategies from Mike’s “Evaluation of Crime Rates and Road Conditions in Michigan and Their Effect on Driver Safety” presentation.
Lidia Kostyniuk discusses “The Future of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles” with co-team presenters Griselda Sukmoro and Lucas Raak (Joseph Norman and Elizabeth Wong not in picture).
All Student Posters