Dr. Bigazzi joined UBC as an assistant professor in 2015, with a joint appointment in the Department of Civil Engineering and the School of Community and Regional Planning. He received his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Portland State University in 2014, investigating urban bicyclists' uptake of traffic-related air pollution. His primary research areas include transportation emissions and air quality, active travel behavior (walking and cycling), emerging human-electric hybrid vehicles (e-bikes), traffic management and modeling, and the effects of urban transportation systems on health.
Active travel behaviour (walking and bicycling), motor vehicle emissions and air quality, traffic management, transport system and scenario modelling, and effects of urban transportation systems on health
Transportation Engineering I
The analysis and design of the elements of transportation facilities in development of transport technology; vehicle motion; vehicle/pavement interaction; elements of road design; principles of queuing and roadway capacity; rail transit performance and capacity analysis; economics as applied to transport.
Urban Transportation Systems Analysis
Urban Engineering Methods and Models
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Transportation Planning and Analysis
Transportation Emissions and Air Quality