Lewis J. Lehe
Primary Research Area
- Transportation Engineering
- University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2016
- University of California, Berkeley, M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2013
- University of Leeds, M.A. Transport Economics, 2012
- University of Pittsburgh, B.Phil. Mathematics-Economics, 2010
Lewis Lehe received his B.Phil. in Mathematics-Economics from University of Pittsburgh, an M.A. in Transport Economics from University of Leeds (in the UK), and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from University of California, Berkeley. He is now Assistant Professor in the Transportation Systems group of the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at UIUC.
- Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2018-present
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Other Professional Employment
- Web Developer, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 2017-2018
- transportation pricing
- urban traffic
- traffic theory
- transportation economics
Selected Articles in Journals
- Daganzo, C.F. and Lehe, L.J. (2015) "Distance-dependent congestion pricing for downtown zones." Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 75, 89-99.
- Daganzo, C.F. and Lehe, L.J. (2016) "Traffic flow on signalized streets." Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 90, 56-69.
- Daganzo, C.F., Lehe, L.J., and Argote-Cabanero, J. (2017) "Adaptive offsets for signalized streets." Transportation Research Part B. (in press)
- Lehe, L. (2017) "Feedback and the use of land for parking." Journal of Transport and Land Use 10 (1), 463-476.
- Lehe, L.J. (2017) "Downtown tolls and the distribution of trip lengths." Economics of Transportation 11, 23-32.
- Lehe, L.J. (2018). "How minimum parking requirements make housing more expensive." Journal of Transport and Land Use.
- Ove Arup Transport Studies Prize for Best Transport Dissertation, University of Leeds (2012)
- Gordon F. Newell Award for Excellence in Transportation Science, UC Berkeley (2016)