Scott Kelley

Scott Kelley

Scott Kelley

Assistant Professor

Summary

Dr. Kelley's work focuses on the use of spatial analysis to understand how emerging transportation technologies can contribute to sustainable outcomes for cities and regions. His ongoing research considers how pathways to encourage the adoption and use of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) must consider infrastructure location decisions and travel behavior.  He is also beginning to examine public willingness to travel through connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) under differing operational models.  His methodological strengths are in spatial and quantitative analysis of transportation and energy systems and travel behavior, with an emphasis on the collection of primary data to develop new modeling approaches to help facilitate a transition to a more sustainable transportation sector at all scales.