Dr McNally is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and of Urban
Planning and Public Policy, and a Faculty Associate of the Institute of
Transportation Studies at the University of California, Irvine. He received his
Ph.D. in Engineering in 1986 from UCI and was with the School of Urban and Regional
Planning and the Department of Civil Engineering at USC prior to joining the faculty
at UCI in 1987. Research interests focus on the study of complex travel behavior,
investigations of interrelationships between transportation and land use, and the
development of new technologies and modeling methodologies which reflect and support
these research areas.
Among various research awards, he received a Presidential Young Investigator Award from the National Science Foundation. He has served as Principal Investigator on a variety of funded projects, including research and development relating to: operational models of activity-based travel forecasting, web-based self-administered travel surveys, GPS-based, wireless in-vehicle data collection systems, information technology for shared-use station car programs, multi-jurisdictional corridor decision support systems with integrated traffic microsimulation models, the role of information on traveler behavior, and the evaluation of advanced traffic management and control technologies.
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