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Magalotti, Mark Joseph
Civil & Environmental Engr
Magalotti, Mark Joseph
PhD, PE, Senior Lecturer, Codirector of the Center for Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure
Faculty
Senior Lecturer
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Ph.D. Civil Engineering
University of Pittsburgh 2013

M.S. Civil Engineering
University of Pittsburgh, 1979

B.S. Civil Engineering
University of Pittsburgh, 1976

The Economic Challenge of Funding Transportation Improvements to Support Urban Redevelopment in the City of Pittsburgh, published March 2014 in the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Economic Quarterly

Developing a Methodology to Incorporate Transit, Pedestrian and Bicycle Design Features into Highway and Bridge Projects during the Planning and Design Phases of Project Development in Pennsylvania (TPB Guidelines) published December 31, 2013 for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

Using Traffic Impact Fees to Fund Alternative Transportation Projects and Impact Modal Choice in Urban Areas, Dissertation, Mark J. Magalotti, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2013

Development of a methodology for the evaluation of potential ramp management projects including a benefit/cost Tool by Mark J. Magalotti, Senior Lecturer University of Pittsburgh and James Cullison P.E. Senior Engineer Larson Design Group, published December 2012 in the ITE Journal

Supporting Active Transportation through the Built Environment in Titusville, Pennsylvania. A report prepared for the University Of Pittsburgh Graduate School Of Public Health Center for Public Health Practice Walk Works Program with Richard C. Feder, AICP and Jason Machuga June 2012

Freeway Ramp Management in Pennsylvania, published March 31, 2011 For the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

The Short and Long Term Impacts of the Three Mile Island (TMI) Crisis on Public Policy for Transportation Planning for Nuclear Plant Disasters published for the University of Pittsburgh Dick Thornburg Center for Law and Public Policy with Melissa Southern, Graduate Assistant June 2011

Congestion Management and the Mon/Fayette Transportation Project, A Cooperative MPO Implementing Agency Process - Co-Authored with Jerome Schwartz and Keith Johnson - Paper Presented to the 65 th Annual ITE Meeting and Published in the ITE Compendium of Technical Publications, 1995.                                                                                          

Encouraging Modal Shifts through Parking Management Plans - Paper Presented to the ITE

Conference; Meeting the Transportation Challenges Of the 1990's: Land Development, Traffic Congestion and Traffic Safety 1990.

Pennsylvania Impact Fees - Planning for Tort Liability Disaster - Co-Author with David Toal, Attorney - Paper presented to the First National Conference on Tort Liability, 1993.

Implementation of the With/Without Principle in the Evaluation of Environmental Impact Studies,

University of Pittsburgh Thesis, 1980.

Panelist for the Shell Chemical Community Impacts Public Meetings Proposed Petrochemical Facility in Beaver County Pennsylvania, May 28, 2015

Moderator and speaker for the "Complete Streets Workshop Planning and Implementation for Walking in the Built Environment" workshop  April 29, 2015 sponsored by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh.  Indiana, Pennsylvania

The Impact of Pedestrian Activities in Adaptive Traffic Signal Control System Operations presented at the 2014 Institute of Transportation Engineers Mid-Colonial and MASITE Annual meeting May 19,2014 Hershey Pennsylvania

Developing a Methodology to Incorporate Transit, Pedestrian and Bicycle Design Features into Highway and Bridge Projects during the Planning and Design Phases of Project Development in Pennsylvania, presented at the 2014 Institute of Transportation Engineers Mid-Colonial and MASITE Annual meeting May 20, 2014 Hershey Pennsylvania

Using Traffic Impact Fees to Fund Alternative Transportation Projects and Impact Modal Choice in Urban Areas, Presented at the December 12, 2013 Transportation Engineering and Safety Conference Pennsylvania State University

Adaptive Traffic Signal Systems in Pennsylvania - The planning, Design, Construction and Operation of Systems, Session Coordinator and Moderator, December 2012 Transportation and Engineering Safety Conference

SLOW DOWN - Is Traffic Calming Needed in Your Community? Presented to the PSATS' 90th Annual Educational Conference and Trade Show May 2012

Transportation Studies and Their Role in the Land Development Approval Process, Presented to the University of Pittsburgh School of Law Course Land Use 5338, Guest Lecturer

Freeway Ramp Management Research Presentation to the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) Transportation Operations and Safety Committee Meeting June 21, 2011