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Dr. Pamela Murray-Tuite

Associate Professor of Civil Engineering

Areas of Interest:

Transportation Systems
Disasters and Hazards
Resilience
Evacuation Modeling
Emergency Response
Infrastructure Interdependence Modeling and Analysis
Connected and Automated Vehicles
ITS
Smart Cities
Mobility
Transportation Planning
Demand Modeling
Network Analysis
Mathematical Modeling
Simulation

Education:
B.S., Civil Engineering, 1998, Duke University
M.S., Civil Engineering, 1999, The University of Texas at Austin
Ph.D., Civil Engineering, 2003, The University of Texas at Austin

Classes typically taught:

CE 3110 Transportation Engineering
CE 8930 Mathematical Modeling for Civil Infrastructure Systems Analysis

Sample Publications:

  1. Kontou, E., P. Murray-Tuite, and K. Wernstedt.  (2017) Duration of Commute Travel Changes in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy using Accelerated Failure Time Modeling. Transportation Research Part A, 100, pp. 170-181.
  2. Bhatkoti, R., G.M. Moglen, P.M. Murray-Tuite, and K.P. Triantis.  (2016) Changes to Bridge Flood Risk under Climate Change.  Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, pp. 04016045.
  3. Sarwar, T., P. Anastasopoulos, S.V. Ukkusuri, P. Murray-Tuite, and F.L. Mannering.  (2016) A Statistical Analysis of the Dynamics of Household Hurricane Evacuation Decisions.  Transportation, p. 1-20.
  4. Ukkusuri, S.V., S. Hasan, B. Luong, K. Doan, X. Zhan, P. Murray-Tuite, and W. Yin.  (2016) A-RESCUE: An Agent based Regional Evacuation Simulator Coupled with User Enriched Behavior.  Networks and Spatial Economics, pp. 1-27. 
  5. Kontou, E., P. Murray-Tuite, and K. Wernstedt.  (2016) Commuter Adaptation in Response to Hurricane Sandy’s Damage.  ASCE Natural Hazards Review, pp. 04016010.
  6. Yin, W., P. Murray-Tuite, S.V. Ukkusuri, and H. Gladwin. (2016) Modeling Shadow Evacuation for Hurricanes Using a Random-Parameters Logit Model.  Transportation Research Record, 2599, pp. 43-51.
  7. Parr, S., B. Wolshon, and P. Murray-Tuite.  (2016) Unconventional Intersection Control Strategies for Urban Evacuation.  Transportation Research Record, 2599, pp. 52-62.
  8. Herrera-Restrepo, O., K. Triantis, J. Trainor, P. Murray-Tuite, and P. Edara.  (2016) A Multi-perspective Dynamic Network Performance Measurement Approach for Evacuation Planning: A Dynamic Network-DEA Approach.  Omega, The International Journal of Management Science (60), pp. 45-59.
  9. El-Metwally, M. and P. Murray-Tuite.  (2015) Selecting 4-Leg Intersections for Crossing Elimination in Evacuations.  Transportation Research Record, 2532, pp. 141-153.
  10. Sadri, A., S.V. Ukkusuri, P. Murray-Tuite, and H. Gladwin.  (2015) Hurricane Evacuation Routing Strategy from Miami Beach: Choice of Major Bridges.  Transportation Research Record, 2532, pp. 164-173.
  11. Asare, S., M. Fontaine, P. Murray-Tuite, and M. El-Metwally.  (2015) Transportation Impacts of the 2013 Federal Government Shutdown in Northern Virginia.  Journal of Transportation Engineering, 141(7), 04015004.
  12. Wernstedt, K. and P. Murray-Tuite. (2015) The Dynamic Nature of Risk Perceptions after a Fatal Transit Accident.  Risk Analysis, 35(3), pp. 536-552.
  13. Yin, W.*, P. Murray-Tuite, and H. Gladwin.  (2014) A Statistical Analysis of the Number of Household Vehicles Used for Hurricane Ivan Evacuation.  Journal of Transportation Engineering, 140 (12), 04014060.
  14. Sadri, A., S.V. Ukkusuri, P. Murray-Tuite, and H. Gladwin.  (2014) Analysis of Hurricane Evacuee Mode Choice Behavior.  Transportation Research – Part C, 48, pp. 37-46.
  15. Murray-Tuite, P., K. Wernstedt, and W. Yin.  (2014) Behavioral Shifts after a Fatal Rapid Transit Accident: A Multinomial Logit Model.  Transportation Research Part F, 24, pp. 218-230.
  16. Yin, W.*, P. Murray-Tuite, S.V. Ukkusuri, and H. Gladwin. (2014) An Agent-based Modeling System for Travel Demand Simulation for Hurricane Evacuation.  Transportation Research – Part C, 42, pp. 44-59.
  17. Jahangiri, A., P. Murray-Tuite, S. Ghanipoor Machiani, B. Park, and B. Wolshon.  (2014) Modeling and Assessing Crossing Elimination for No-Notice Evacuations.  Transportation Research Record, 2459, pp. 91-100.
  18. Liu, S.*, P. Murray-Tuite, and L. Schweitzer.  (2014) Incorporating Household Gathering and Mode Decisions in Large-Scale No-Notice Evacuation Modeling.  Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 29(2), pp. 107-122.
  19. Liu, S.*, P. Murray-Tuite, and L. Schweitzer. (2014) Uniting Multi-Adult Households During Emergency Evacuation Planning.  Disasters, 38(3), pp. 587-609.
  20. Murray-Tuite, P. and B. Wolshon. (2013) Evacuation Transportation Modeling: An Overview of Research, Development, and Practice.  Transportation Research - Part C, 27, pp. 25-45.

 

Pamela Murray-Tuite
Contact Information:
Office:210 Lowry Hall
Phone: (864) 656-3802 FAX: (864) 656-2670
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