James Kuhr is a Research Associate with the Network Modeling Center. Mr. Kuhr has tailored his research at CTR to focus on short- and long-range mobility planning for connected and autonomous vehicles. To this end, his current projects include examining the impending implementation of autonomous vehicles and connected infrastructure for various regional and state governments, and working on prototyping advanced vehicle-to-vehicle communication and sensor fusion technology. In addition, Mr. Kuhr is well versed in public/private partnership financing and contracting and alternative delivery (design-build) construction methods from his tenure in the private sector. Leveraging this experience, he continues to work on the interface between public agencies and private sector contractors. In 2007, Mr. Kuhr received a B.S. in civil engineering (with a focus on transportation) from Texas A & M University. He received a J.D. from The University of Texas at Austin in 2010 and is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas.
> Autonomous and connected vehicles
> Public/private partnerships
> Data-driven analysis