Patrick Singleton

Transportation

Assistant Professor


Patrick  Singleton

Contact Information

Office Location: ENGR 231
Phone: 435-797-7109
Email: patrick.singleton@usu.edu
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Educational Background

PhD, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Portland State University, 2017
Exploring the Positive Utility of Travel and Mode Choice
MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Portland State University, 2013
A Theory of Travel Decision-Making with Applications for Modeling Active Travel Demand
BS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 2008
Engineer in Training, Pennsylvania, 2008

Biography

Dr. Patrick Singleton is an assistant professor in transportation. His research spans the areas of travel behavior, transportation planning, and travel demand modeling, specializing in walking and bicycling.

Teaching Interests

Transportation Planning, Transportation Data Analysis, Planning & Design for Walking & Bicycling, Travel Behavior Theory & Analysis, Transportation & Health, Discrete Choice Modeling, Traffic Safety, Transportation Engineering

Research Interests

Travel Behavior Analysis, Active Transportation, Walking & Bicycling, Health & Transportation, Physical Activity, Safety & Security, Transportation Planning, Travel Demand Modeling, Public Transit, Autonomous Vehicles, Transportation & the Built Environment

Awards

Faculty Researcher of the Year, 2021

Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Utah State University

Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year, 2019

Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, Utah State University

Best Paper, 11th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods, 2017

International Steering Committee for Travel Survey Conferences


An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Journal Articles

Academic Journal

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Publications | Technical Reports

Research Reports

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Publications | Other

Other

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Teaching

CEE 3210 - Introduction to Transportation Engineering, Spring 2021
CEE 5240, 6240 - Urban and Regional Transportation Planning, Spring 2021
CEE 5255, 6255 - Transportation Data and Safety Analysis, Fall 2020
CEE 6255, 5255 - Transportation Data and Safety Analysis, Fall 2020
CEE 5930, 6930 - Active Transportation, Spring 2020
CEE 5240, 6240 - Urban and Regional Transportation Planning, Spring 2020
CEE 5255, 6255 - Transportation Data and Safety Analysis, Fall 2019
CEE 5240, 6240 - Urban and Regional Transportation Planning, Spring 2019
CEE 5255, 6255 - Transportation Data and Safety Analysis, Fall 2018
CEE 5930 - Independent Study, Spring 2018
CEE 5930, 6250 - Transportation Data and Safety Analysis, Spring 2018
CEE 5240, 6240 - Urban and Regional Transportation Planning, Fall 2017

Graduate Students Mentored

Matthew Crump, Civil & Environmental Engineering, August 2020
Rafiur Rahman, Civil & Environmental Engineering, August 2019
Niranjan Poudel, Civil & Environmental Engineering, January 2019
Prasanna Humagain, Civil & Environmental Engineering, August 2018
Ferdousy Runa, Civil & Environmental Engineering, August 2018 - December 2020