Kevin is fascinated about mobility and the way it shapes cities. He strives to improve the way people move whether it be by foot, bike, car, bus or train. Since September 2013, Kevin has been working towards his Masters of Applied Science in Civil Engin eering and Planning at the University of Waterloo.
The focus of his research is in modelling the decisions of households as they allocate resources to meet their travel demands. He has previously held the Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship from the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council. Prior to his current work, Kevin attained his Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo. Through the co-op program at Waterloo, Kevin has previously worked for a transportation consulting firm, a municipal light rail transit project team, and a regional transportation agency.
Central Transit Corridor Monitoring Program, Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo, Baseline Monitoring Report Technical Report
Region of Waterloo Waterloo, ON, Canada, 2015.
A Prototype Integrated Residential Land-Use and Transportation Model: the WAterloo Region Model (WARM) Conference
Joint International Conference on Geospatial Theory, Processing, Modelling and Applications, Toronto, Canada, 2014.
Developing a vector-based land market model Conference
The Association of American Geographers annual conference, Tampa, FL, 2014.