Ph.D., University of California,Irvine, Engineering, 1986
M.S., SUNY at Buffalo, Civil Engineering, 1980
B.S., SUNY at Buffalo, Civil Engineering, 1976
Professor McNally's research interests focus on the study of complex travel behavior, investigations of interrelationships between transportation and land use, and the development of new technologies and modeling methodologies which reflect and support these research areas.
Professor McNally is active in research and development relating to: activity-based travel forecasting models; web-based self-administered travel surveys; GPS-based, wireless in-vehicle data collection systems; the role of information on traveler behavior; multi-jurisdictional corridor decision support systems; microsimulation models.