Alison J. Conway
Alison J. Conway
Alison Conway is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at the City College of New York. She is also an associated researcher to MetroFreight, a Volvo Research and Education Foundations Center of Excellence in Urban Freight. She currently serves as Chair of the ASCE Transportation and Development Institute’s (T&DI) Freight and Logistics Committee, as Chair of the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB’s) Freight Data Committee, and as a member of TRB’s Urban Freight Committee.
Ph.D., Civil Engineering (2009), The University of Texas at Austin
M.S., Civil Engineering (2005), The University of Texas at Austin
B.C.E., Civil Engineering (2003), University of Delaware
CE 326: Transportation Planning
CE 327: Transportation Systems Engineering
CE 545/H4500: Urban Transportation
CE 547/CE H4700/SUS 8400B: Urban Freight and City Logistics
Conway, A., J. Cheng, C. Kamga, and D. Wan (2017). Cargo Cycles for Local Delivery in New York City: Performance and Impacts. Research in Transportation Business & Management, Vol. 24, p. 90-100.
Chen Q., A. Conway, and J. Cheng (2017). Parking for Residential Delivery in New York City: Regulations and Behavior. Transport Policy, Vol. 54, p. 53–60.
Koning, M. and A. Conway (2016). The Good Impacts of Biking for Goods: Lessons from Paris City. Case Studies on Transport Policy, Vol. 4, Issue 4, p. 259–268
Conway, A., N. Tavernier, V. Leal-Tavares, N. Gharahmani, L. Chauvet, M. Chiu, and X. Yeap (2016). Freight in a Bicycle-Friendly City: An Exploratory Analysis. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2547. p. 91-101.
Zhou, W., X. Wang, A. Conway, and Q. Chen (2015). Empirical Analysis of Delivery Vehicle On-Street Parking Patterns in the Manhattan Area. ASCE Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 10.1061/(ASCE)UP. 1943-5440000300, 04015017.
Conway, A. and D. Khallouki (2014). Pedicabs for Urban Transportation in U.S. Cities: Benefits, Challenges, and Regulations. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2416. p. 19-26.