Brianne Glover, J.D., Esq.
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Brianne Glover is a Research Scientist with the Texas A&M Transportation Institute and Manager of the Infrastructure Investment Analysis Program. She is an Attorney and Counselor at Law, licensed to practice in the state of Texas. She has been involved with numerous research projects within the Infrastructure Investment Analysis Program and the Mobility Analysis Program that focus on transportation financing as well as the economic impacts associated with transportation improvements. Dr. Glover has testified before the Texas House of Representatives Transportation Subcommittee on Long- Term Planning Legislature regarding finance options as well as future funding needs.
Dr. Glover’s main focus is the maintenance and future development of the Transportation Revenue Estimator and Needs Determination System (TRENDS) model. The TRENDS model is designed to provide transportation planners, policy makers and the public with a tool to forecast transportation revenues and expenses based on a user-defined level of investment at both the state and local level. Other projects include legal reviews concerning right-of-way issues and compensation, benefit-cost analyses for federal grant applications, economic impact assessments for both the public and private sector, and on-call research support for the Texas legislature regarding financial tools and forecasts, as well as economic transportation topics. Her research spans all modes of transportation with sponsors ranging from local cities and counties, various state agencies both inside Texas and around the country, as well as participation in numerous national cooperative research program projects.
Maxwell Steadman, MPA
Assistant Research Scientist
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Max Steadman is an Assistant Research Scientist in the Infrastructure Investment Analysis Program of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. Before joining TTI in 2014, Mr. Steadman earned his Bachelor of Science in Political Science degree from Texas A&M and his Master of Public Administration degree from the George Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M. While at the George Bush School, his concentrations were Policy Analysis and Energy, Environment and Technology Policy.
Since joining TTI, Mr. Steadman’s focus has been on economic impact assessments and cost benefit analyses for the public sector. He developed a comprehensive financial model which estimates the costs and benefits of a potential seawater desalination plant and pipeline network on the Texas coast. He has also co-authored a report on the state of funding for connected vehicle infrastructure and maintains a set of transportation related economic indicators. Mr. Steadman’s recent work focused on creating a benefit cost methodology for estimating the benefits to the agricultural sector resulting from transportation projects along the US-Mexico border.
Jacqueline Kuzio, Ph. D
Assistant Research Scientist
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Dr. Kuzio is an Assistant Research Scientist in the Infrastructure Investment Analysis (IIA) Program at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI). She began working with the IIA program in 2016 and during that time begun work on her Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Science at Texas A&M University. In 2021, she completed her Ph.D. that focused on transportation technology investment and how those investments can be equitable and just. Before joining TTI, Dr. Kuzio completed her Master’s in Public Administration at The George Bush School of Government and Public Service. Her studies at The Bush School concentrated on state and local government and transportation policy.
During her time at TTI, Dr. Kuzio has worked on a range of projects involving policy analysis, economic impact, and transportation funding and finance. She recently led an effort to develop an economic impact tool for electric vehicle infrastructure that will assist practitioners and policymakers with funding decisions. Dr. Kuzio has also utilized ArcGIS to develop maps and conduct spatial analysis for rail and hazard material transportation. Other project experience includes legal reviews relating to the right-of-way, economic impact assessments for various modes in both the public and private sector, and aviation planning and finance research.
Bill Prieto, MPA
Assistant Transportation Researcher
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Bill Prieto is an Assistant Transportation Researcher in the Infrastructure Investment Analysis Program of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. Mr.Prieto earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of North Texas, where he researched surface catalysts to efficiently convert biomass into energy. He recently completed a Master of Public Administration from the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M with a concentration in Policy Analysis and Energy, Environment, and Technology Policy. Since joining TTI in 2019 as an Engineering Graduate Student Worker, he helped his team with completing several projects including an airport rates and charges tool, an airport economic impact estimator tool, and an electric vehicle infrastructure economic impact tool.
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Brittan Rhome is a Student Assistant in the Infrastructure Investment Analysis Program of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. He is currently a senior in Mays Business School at Texas A&M University, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business Management Pre-Law with a minor in Economics. Since joining the team in 2019, Brittan has provided assistance in various projects including an airport economic impact estimator tool, an economic impact study of electric vehicle infrastructure expansion on Texas Metros, as well as an economic assessment of wait times at the U.S.-Mexico border.