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Dr. Thomas Brennan’s research and scholarly interests include, but are not limited to, traffic operations, the development of traffic mobility performance measures, anonymous vehicle tracking (Bluetooth tracking/Cell Phone) and infrastructure asset management. Dr. Brennan holds a Bachelor’s and a Doctoral Degree in Civil Engineering from Purdue University, and a Master’s Degree in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering from George Mason University. Tom has spent over 14 years in research and consulting, and had most recently worked as a Research Scientist for Purdue University’s Joint Transportation Research Program developing traffic performance measures to assess the interstate highway system in Indiana. Dr. Brennan is currently a faculty member at The College of New Jersey in the Civil Engineering School.

Dr. Thomas M. Brennan Jr
Associate Professor, Civil Engineering
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering: Transportation and Infrastructure Systems, Purdue Univesity
Certificate in Geographic Information Science, George Mason University
M.S. in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, George Mason University
B.S. in Civil Engineering, Purdue University
Title Sponsor(s)
Characterizing Highway Corridor Length to Evaluate Travel Time Reliability using Probe Vehicle Data University Transportation Research Center (UTRC)
Incorporating Probe Vehicle Data to Analyze Evacuation Route Resilency University Transportation Research Center (UTRC)
Worker Safety Issues of Wi‐Fi Devices University Transportation Research Center (UTRC)