Staff Research Associate
Adam joined the suite of projects at TSRC as an undergraduate student researcher in Fall 2004. His early TSRC research projects included the technical and legal feasibility of automated speed enforcement (ASE). As an undergraduate, Adam studied legal studies and urban studies at UC Berkeley and is interested in pursuing a career in transportation engineering. Graduate courses in Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and City and Regional Planning augment his ongoing research. Currently, Adam has focused his research on North American and world carsharing. Adam received both the 2004 & 2005 Bay Area ITE Scholarship Essay Award, and was the 2005 District 6 Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Fellow.