Transportation systems are dictated by a dynamic combination of human behavior, engineered infrastructure, and environmental interaction.

Ideas, energy, goods, diseases, and people are only some of what flow through formal and informal modes of transit around the world.  As such, interdisciplinary systems techniques are essential in order to understand and model transportation. CSSE researchers work to better characterize and predict disparate transportation systems, from mapping the spread of viruses and assessing the effectiveness of fuel pipelines to determining urban bicycling patterns.



North American Natural Gas Model (NANGAM) [interactive beta]

October 3, 2018

North American Crude Oil Model – NACOM

June 27, 2018