Citing his thirty-year career of transportation research — and specifically his work with TTI’s Urban Mobility Report — the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) has honored Research Engineer Tim Lomax with one of the association’s most prestigious awards.
The Theodore M. Matson Memorial Award has been awarded since 1957 and recognizes outstanding contributions in the field of traffic engineering. “Throughout his career, Timothy Lomax has demonstrated a strong commitment to the advancement to the transportation profession,” the association wrote in a news release about the award. “He accomplished this as a career employee of TTI, focusing on transportation research in the areas of performance measurement and mobility improvement.”
Lomax is co-author of the Urban Mobility Report which tracks traffic congestion across the country.
ITE is a 17,000 member community of transportation professionals in 90 countries.
Lomax received the Matson Award during ITE’s Annual Meeting in San Antonio last month.