Civil & Environmental Engineering  


Kelly Clifton

Assitant Professor of Urban Studies, School of Architecture and Planning

Education: Ph.D. Community and Regional Planning, University of Texas at Austin, 2001
M.S. Planning, University of Arizona, 1995
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, West Virginia University, 1990
Research Interests:My research interest focus on the interactions between land use, transportation, and human behavior. Currently, I have several projects that examine the following topical areas (1) environmental and psychological factors that influence pedestrian trip generation and route choices; (2) design for pedestrian safety; (3) connections between the built environment and levels of physical activity; (4) influence of highway investments on business activity and location decisions; (5) social equity implications of transportation planning and investments.
Phone:(301) 405-1945
Email:kclifton at
Address:1220 Architecture Bldg.

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