Dr. Ellis has twenty-two years experience in urban planning, government/public affairs, transportation analysis, strategic planning, demographic analysis, socioeconomic impact assessment, economic policy analysis, and management. He also has six years teaching experience in Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning at Texas A&M University. His recent projects include: Developing a defensible "value of time" methodology for the Texas Department of Transportation to use in litigating cases seeking liquidated damages from contractors; "U.S. Hwy. 59 Corridor Traffic Analysis Zone Study," under contract to the Texas Engineering Extension Service and Parsons Brinkerhoff Engineers; "Refinancing Texas Transportation," under contract to the Texas Transportation Institute and the Texas Department of Transportation. He has Ph.D. in Urban And Regional Science, Texas A&M University; M.U.P. in Urban Planning, Texas A&M University; and B.S., Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University.
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