Mr. Michael Carroll began as an adjunct instructor in the Department of Community and Regional Planning in the spring of 2009. He teaches a graduate course on travel demand modeling and a course on Non-Motorized Transportation.
Mr. Carroll is an experienced modeler. He has worked with numerous travel demand models and led the development of the Transportation Planning Partnership Group model for the Stanislaus County Council of Governments in Stanislaus County California.
Mr. Carroll has co-authored research papers on topics in transportation planning and engineering including transit station area development, advanced research on metropolitan transportation corridors and non-recurrent freeway congestion. He is a member of the Transportation Research Board and the Institute of Transportation Engineers and is a registered Traffic Engineer in the State of California.
A Native of the Philadelphia region, Mr. Carroll attended Cornell University where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in 1991 and the University of California at Berkeley where he graduated with a Masters of Science in Engineering in 1993 and a Masters of City and Regional Planning in 1996. He worked in the traffic engineering division for the City of Berkeley for two years and as a professional transportation consultant for over 15 years.