TTI Senior Research EngineerMobility Division
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
1111 RELLIS Parkway, Room 2232
Bryan, TX 77807-3135
(979) 317-2461 x42461
- Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2001
- M.S., Civil Engineering, Michigan State University, 1994
- B.S., Civil Engineering, Michigan State University, 1993
Dr. Eisele and his team thoroughly enjoy providing practical mobility analyses and transportation solutions to their numerous sponsors!
Dr. Eisele’s team addresses a range of mobility issues, across a variety of transportation modes, from measuring the problems to estimating the benefits and evaluating solutions. His team has developed a range of performance measures and the guidance on when to apply them. You can maneuver to http://mobility.tamu.edu to learn more.
Dr. Eisele leads TTI’s Mobility Division, which is composed of the Mobility Analysis Program, Urban Analysis Program and Transportation Planning Program. He is a recognized U.S. and international expert in the areas of mobility analysis/congestion monitoring, freight mobility, urban freight transportation, performance measurement, and access management. For over 26 years, Dr. Eisele has performed research for a variety of industry and public-agency sponsors.
Dr. Eisele is a co-author on TTI's Urban Mobility Report, which provides mobility statistics and trends for metropolitan areas throughout the United States. Dr. Eisele leads a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) pooled fund study of 16 state departments of transportation, Washington D.C. DOT and FHWA on the topic of urban mobility. He has been active with the Transportation Research Board (TRB) throughout his career, and he currently serves as Chair of the TRB Urban Freight Transportation Committee (http://urbanfreight.tti.tamu.edu). He is a registered professional engineer in Texas and Michigan, and he is a certified Project Management Professional.
Dr. Eisele serves on the Graduate Faculty of Texas A&M University, and he is an Executive Professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning (LAUP) where he teaches a hand's-on capstone transportation studio course.
Dr. Eisele actively seeks opportunities to communicate our practical research results to help others. He has over 100 publications, and he has been an instructor for well over 400 adult-learning activities (webinars, workshops, conferences, university courses).