University: Florida Atlantic University
Current University Expertise:
Jarice D. Rodriguez-Seda holds a B.S. (University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez) in civil engineering, M.S. (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) and Ph.D. (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) in the field of transportation engineering. She worked with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), San Juan, PR, Cooperative Education Program from 1998-1999 and Champaign Urbana Urbanized Area Transportation Study (CUUATS), Urbana, IL, in 2007. She has collaborated and conducted research in the areas of Traffic Operations, Traffic Flow Modeling and Simulation, Traffic Safety and Security, Traffic Flow Theory, Transit Operations and Climate Change. She has published several papers and reports in these areas. She has been a reviewer for the Highway Capacity and Quality of Service committee, Transportation Research Record (TRR), and ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering. She is currently working on the development of a GIS based methodology for the assessment of Florida's transportation infrastructure potentially vulnerable to sea level rise for Florida Department of Transportation. Other current research include the evaluation of HOT/HOV lanes impacts on freeway-weaving sections and effects of transit signal priority (Buses) and bus stop setback on intersection capacity.
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