CEE Affiliates Winter Quarterly Meeting: Trends in California Highway Transportation Systems Infrastructure - Orange County Outlook
General Admission: $35
UCI Student Admission: $5
Lunch and parking included with admission
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An Update on Orange County Transportation Authority's I-405 Improvement Project
Jeff Mills, PE
Highway Project Delivery
Orange County Transportation Authority
Mills is a program manager for the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), responsible for developing and delivering the $1.9 billion I-405 Improvement Design-Build Project. He works in partnership with many other public agencies involved in the development of this project and oversees teams of private consultants and contractors who will help deliver this important project in Orange County.
Prior to joining OCTA, Mills was a project manager in the private consulting sector and delivered several complex highway projects. His design-build experience includes the I-15 Reconstruction in Salt Lake City, the Orange Line in Los Angeles, the SR-22 HOV Lane Project in Orange County and the SR-91 CIP Project in Riverside County. Additionally, Mills has been involved in many other significant planning and final design projects in Southern California, including the I-5 Gateway Project in Orange County and the Schuyler Heim Bridge Replacement in the Port of Long Beach. During his 18-year career in the private consulting sector, his assignments and responsibilities were in the area of project delivery.
HOV Lane Design & Operational Performance Study - A Statewide Perspective
R. Jay Jayakrishnan
Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of California, Irvine
R. (Jay) Jayakrishnan has been on the faculty in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Irvine since 1991, after receiving his doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin. His research interests are in a variety of topics such as traffic flow theory and simulation, transportation systems analysis, network modelling, decision theory, intelligent transportation systems and public transit design.
Jayakrishnan has been a member of several professional committees, has served on editorial and publication committees of several journals such as Transportation Research Part-C and the ASCE Journal of Transportation, and was chair of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) subcommittee on Route Choice and Spatio-Temporal Processes. A paper co-authored by him received the prestigious Pyke Johnson Award for best paper in planning submitted to TRB in 2009. Twenty doctoral students have graduated under his advice with 11 proceeding to faculty positions around the world, and Jayakrishnan has over 100 refereed research publications to his credit.
The purpose of the UCI Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Affiliates is to provide an effective means to offer support and guidance to the department, its programs and students, and to act as an interface between the professional civil and environmental engineering community in Southern California, particularly Orange County, and the university. The CEE Affiliates include senior executives representing leading civil and environmental engineering firms (both large and small) and public agencies, as well as individual members.