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Giovanni Circella is the Honda Distinguished Scholar on New Mobility Studies and the Director of the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program at the Institute of Transportation Studies of the University of California, Davis. He is also a Senior Research Engineer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Circella’s research interests include travel behavior, travel demand modeling, travel survey methods, emerging transportation services, autonomous vehicles, shared mobility and policy analysis. His recent research has focused on the impacts of individual attitudes, land use features, information and communication technology (ICT), shared mobility and ridehailing (e.g. Lyft and Uber) on travel behavior and auto ownership, and the mobility patterns of specific population segments (e.g. “millennials”) in various regions of the U.S., Europe, South America and the Middle East. He is the Chair of the TRB Committee on Information Communication Technologies (ICT) and Transportation (ADB20) and serves in several National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) panels on the impacts of connected and automated vehicles.
Dr. Circella is the principal investigator for the California Panel Study of Emerging Transportation Trends. Grant Matson, a graduate student in the Transportation Technology and Policy Program at the University of California.