Research Specialist IIITransportation Planning
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
1111 RELLIS Parkway
Bryan, TX 77807
(979) 317-2598 x42598
- B.A., Geography, University of Manitoba, 1999
Mark I. Ojah is an Associate Research Specialist at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute in College Station, Texas. He is responsible for preparing survey instruments and materials for Household, Work Place and Commercial Vehicle Surveys, processing, checking and conducting GIS analyses of the survey data; and providing English-Spanish translations and project support to TxDOT and its data collection contractors.
Mr. Ojah also manages TxDOT's Travel Time and Delay surveys and field work. In addition, he has performed analyses on various federal, state, and private trip generation, value pricing, emissions, and border-related research projects and has coordinated, supervised, and participated in several data collection efforts.
Mr. Ojah has worked for TTI since 2001. Before joining TTI, he was a Research Affiliate at the University of Manitoba Transport Institute in Winnipeg, Canada.
Mr. Ojah holds a Bachelor of Arts degree (Geography and Spanish, 1999) and Certificate in Logistics (2000) from the University of Manitoba. In 2005, he earned a designation in Supply Chain and Transportation Logistics Management from the Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT).
SELECTED VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Ongoing Paper Reviewer, Transportation Research Board - International Trade and Transportation (AT020)
2012-13 Event Organizer, Paddle to the Park Charity Canoe Flotilla and Picnic, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
2009 Big Brother, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Brazos Valley, College Station, TX
2008 Committee Member, Transportation Research Board - International Trade and Transportation (AT020)
2008 Advanced Training Committee Chair, Texas Master Naturalists - Brazos Valley, TX Chapter
2006/7 Hurricane Katrina Relief Worker, Samaritan's Purse International Relief, New Orleans, LA
1999 Accreditation Official, XII Pan American Games, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
1995 International Aid Worker (through University of Manitoba), La Cruz, Dominican Republic