Curriculum Vitae






Frank Southworth

Adjunct Principal Research Scientist
Transportation Systems Engineering
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Biography

Dr. Southworth joined the Georgia Tech faculty in February 2012. Prior to joining Tech, Dr. Southworth spent 28 years as an employee of the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory located in East Tennessee, leaving ORNL as a Distinguished R&D Staff member in December of 2011. Prior to joining ORNL in 1984 he was a faculty member in the Civil Engineering Department at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, and before that he was a research officer in the Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds in England.

Dr Southworth has published extensively on transportation planning topics, and been involved in the management of a number of large transportation data and modeling projects that have produced widely used datasets and software tools. While at ORNL he received a number of awards for his research contributions. Most of this research has been for federal agencies, including the Environmental Protection Agency, the Agency for International Development, and various branches of the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Energy, Homeland Security and Transportation. He has also carried out research for, among others, the National Science Foundation, the Transportation Research Board, the Brookings Institution, the Pew Center for Global Climate Change, the Tennessee Valley Authority, and the Georgia, New York, and Tennessee State Departments of Transportation. He regularly serves on regional and national review panels dealing with data, statistical and mathematical modeling issues in both freight and passenger transportation.
 

Education

  • B.A. (Honors), Leeds University, School of Geography, England 1972
  • Ph.D., Leeds University, School of Geography, England 1977

Research Interests

  • Freight and passenger demand and supply modeling
  • Sustainable transportation systems and their supply chains
  • Transportation planning methods
  • Electric vehicle markets and policies
  • Public transit system planning and cost-benefit analysis
  • Land-use transportation interaction
  • Energy efficient urban form

Articles

  1. H. Du, Z. Chen, Z., B. Peng, F. Southworth, S. Ma and Y. Wang (2019) What drives CO2 emissions from the transport sector? A linkage analysis. Energy, 175: 195-204.
  2. F. Southworth (2018) Freight Flow Modeling in the United States. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 11(4): 669-691.
  3. D. Liu, H. Du., F. Southworth and S. Ma. (2017) The influence of social-psychological factors on the intention to choose low-carbon travel modes in Tianjin, China. Transportation. Research 105A :42-53..
  4. Z. Lu, J. Crittenden, F. Southworth and E. Dunham-Jones (2017) An integrated framework for managing the complex interdependence between infrastructures and the socioeconomic environment: an application in metropolitan Atlanta. Urban Studies 54(12): 2874-2893.
  5. H. Du, F. Qui, F. Southworth and S. Ma (2017) Pathways for energy conservation and emissions mitigation in urban road transport up to 2030: A case study of the Jing-Jin-Ji area, China. Journal of Cleaner Production 162:882-893..
  6. Z. Lu, H. Zhang, F. Southworth and J. Crittenden (2016) Fractal dimensions of metropolitan area road networks and the impacts on the urban built environment. Ecological Indicators 70: 285-296.
  7. Z. Lu, F. Southworth J. Crittenden and E. Dunham-Jones (2015) Market potential for smart growth neighborhoods in the United States, a latent class analysis on heterogeneous preference and choice.Urban Studies 52(16): 3001-3017.
  8. F. Sonnenberg, F. Southworth, M. D. Meyer and C. Comer (2013) Statewide multimodal planning: current practice at state DOTs.Transportation Research Record 2397:1-10.
  9. L. Zhang, F. Southworth, C. Xiong and A. Sonnenberg (2012) Methodological options and data sources for the development of long-distance passenger travel demand models: a comprehensive review. Transport Reviews 32.4:399-433.
  10. F. Southworth (2011) Freight Flow Models. Chapter 14 in Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy. ENO Foundation, Washington, D.C.
  11. F. Southworth and Garrow, L.A. (2011) Travel Demand Modeling. Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science: 1-13.
  12. F. Southworth and A. Sonnenberg (2011) A Set of comparable carbon footprints for highway travel in metropolitan America. ASCE Transportation Engineering Journal 137.6: 426-435
  13. B. A. Weigel, F. Southworth and M. D. Meyer (2010) Calculators for estimating greenhouse gas emissions from public transit agency vehicle fleet operations. Transportation Research Record 2143:125-133.
  14. M.A. Brown, F. Southworth and A. Sarzynski (2010) Transitioning to a low-carbon climate- smart metropolitan America. Chapter 8 in Energy Security: Economics, Politics, Strategies, and Implications, C.Pascual and J. Elkind (Eds). Brookings Institution Press.
  15. M.A. Brown, F. Southworth and A. Sarzynski (2008) The geography of metropolitan carbon footprints Policy and Society 23: 1-20.
  16. F. Southworth (2008) Multi-Criteria sensor placement for emergency response. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 1.1 : 37-58.
  17. M.A. Brown and F. Southworth (2008) Mitigating climate change through green buildings and smart growth. Environment and Planning A 40 :653-675.
  18. M.A. Brown, F. Southworth and A. Sarzynski (2008) Shrinking the Carbon Footprint of Metropolitan America. The Brooking Institution, Washington, D.C.
  19. F. Southworth and M.R. Wigan (2008) Movement of goods, services and people: entanglements with sustainability implications. Chapter 9 in Building Blocks for Sustainable Transport: Obstacles, Trends, Solutions. A. Perrels,V. Himanen and M. Lee-Gosselin (Eds.).
  20. F. Southworth, B.E. Peterson and B.P. Lambert (2007) Development of a regional routing model for strategic waterway analysis. Transportation Research Record 1993: 109-116.
  21. F. Southworth (2006) Filling gaps in the U.S. commodity flow picture: using the CFS with other data sources. Resource Paper. Commodity Flow Survey Conference. Transportation Research Circular E-2088: 29-46. January 2006.
  22. M.A. Brown, F. Southworth and T. Stovall (2005) Towards a Climate Friendly Built Environment. Pew Center on Global Climate Change Arlington, VA.
  23. F. Southworth, D.P. Vogt and T. R. Curlee (2005) Rural transit systems benefits in Tennessee: methodology and an empirical study. Environment & Planning 37A: 861-875
  24. F. Southworth, D.P. Vogt and T.R. Curlee (2004) Estimation of statewide urban public transit benefits in Tennessee. Transportation Research Record 1887:83-91.
  25. T.R. Curlee, K. Busch, M.R. Hilliard, G. Oladosu, F. Southworth, and D.P. Vogt (2003) The economic foundations of the Ohio River Navigation Investment Model (ORNIM) Transportation Research Record 1871: 13-23.
  26. J. Xu, K.L. Hancock and F. Southworth (2003) Simulation of regional freight movement with trade & transportation multi-networks. Transportation Research Record 1854:152-161.
  27. F. Southworth (2003) Freight transportation planning: models and methods. Chapter 4 of Transportation Systems Planning: Methods and Applications. K. G. Goulias. (Ed). CRC Press.
  28. A. Nagurney, K. Ke, J. Cruz, K,. Hancock and F. Southworth (2002) Dynamics of supply chains: a multilevel (logistical/information/financial) network perspective. Environment and Planning 29B: 795-818
  29. F. Southworth (2001) On the potential impacts of land use change policies on automobile vehicle miles of travel. Energy Policy Journal 29: 1271-1283.
  30. F. Southworth and B.E. Peterson (2000) Intermodal and international freight network modeling. Transportation Research 8C:147-166.
  31. H. Cohen and F. Southworth (1999) On the measurement and valuation of travel time variability due to incidents on freeways. Journal of Transportation and Statistics 2.2: 123-132.
  32. M. Summers and F. Southworth (1998) Design of a testbed to assess alternative traveler behavior models within an intelligent transportation system architecture. Geographical Systems 5:91-115.
  33. R.S. Solanki, J.K. Gorti and F. Southworth (1998) Using decomposition in large scale highway network design within a quasi-optimization heuristic. Transportation Research 32B: 127-140.
  34. M. S. Bronzini, R. Curlee, P.N. Leiby, F. Southworth, and M. Summers (1997) Ohio River navigation investment model. Requirements and model design. Transportation Research Record 1620: 17-26.
  35. V.H Dale, R.V. O'Neill, F. Southworth and M. Pedlowski (1994) Modeling effects of land management in Brazilian Amazonian settlement of Rondonia. Conservation Biology 8.1: 196-206.
  36. V.H. Dale, F. Southworth, R.V. O'Neill, A Rosen and R. Frohn (1993) Simulating spatial patterns of land use change in Rondonia, Brazil. Lectures on Mathematics in The Life Sciences 23:29-55.
  37. V.H. Dale, R.V. O'Neill, M. Pedlowski and F. Southworth (1993) Causes and effects of land use change in Central Rondonia, Brazil. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 59.1: 997-1005.
  38. B.N. Janson and F. Southworth (1992) Estimating departure times from traffic counts using dynamic assignment. Transportation Research 26B: 3-16.
  39. R.S. Solanki and F. Southworth (1992) An execution planning algorithm for military airlift. Interfaces 21: 121-131.
  40. V.H. Dale, R.V. O'Neill, F. Southworth and F. Loureiro (1992) Analyzing simulated patterns of land use change. In Technical Papers of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. American Congress on Surveying and Mapping. Volume 5 - Resource Technology 92.
  41. S.S. Stevens, B.E. Tonn and F. Southworth (1992) A study of the potential for cooperation between models and modelers. Social Science Computer Review 12:2: 231-241.
  42. V.H. Dale, M.A. Pedlowski, R.V. O'Neill and F. Southworth (1991) DELTA: um instrumento na busca de alternativas para a amazonia. In Ciencia Hoje ("Science Today").
  43. F. Southworth, V. H. Dale and R.V. O'Neill (1991) Contrasting patterns of land use in Rondonia, Brazil: simulating the effects on carbon release. International Social Science Journal 130: 681-698.
  44. A.K. Rathi, S.P. Miaou, F. Southworth and H. Caldwell (1991) Suburban highway needs for the year 2005. Transportation Research Record 1035: 121-131
  45. F. Southworth and B. E. Peterson (1990) Disaggregation within national vehicle miles of travel and fuel use forecasts in the United States. Chapter 7, Spatial Energy Analysis. L. Lundqvist, L-G Mattsson and E.A. Eriksson (Eds).
  46. E.L. Hillsman and F. Southworth (1990) Factors that may influence responses of the US 38. transportation sector to policies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Transportation Research Record 1267: 1-11.
  47. F. Southworth, S M Chin and P.D. Cheng (1989) An expert system approach to real time monitoring and analysis of traffic during evacuations. Chapter 6, Expert Systems in Urban Planning,T.J. Kim and L.Wiggins (Eds).
  48. F. Southworth, S-M Chin and P.D. Cheng (1989) A telemetric monitoring and analysis system for use during large scale population evacuations. IEE Proceedings, Second International Conference on Road Traffic Monitoring: 99-103.
  49. F. Southworth and S M Chin (1988) Network evacuation modelling for flooding as a result of dam failure. Environment and Planning 19A: 1543-1558.
  50. B. N. Janson, C. Zozaya Gorostiza and F. Southworth (1987) Network performance evaluation model for HOV facilities. Journal of Transportation Engineering 113, No. 4:381 401.
  51. F. Southworth, Y. J. Lee and D. Zavattero (1986) A systems model of primary truck route designation and terminals clustering. Transportation Research 20A: 351 360.
  52. F. Southworth and F. Westbrook (1986) HOV lanes: some evidence on their recent performance. Transportation Research Record 1081: 31 39.
  53. F. Southworth (1986) On the transfer of ridesharing technology. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers' Annual Meetings, Minneapolis St. Paul. (Winner, AAG Energy Specialty Group Paper Award, 1986).
  54. B. E. Peterson, F. Southworth, S M Chin and R. M. Davis (1985) MASS: Convoy mobilization automated support system. Paper prepared for the Association of American Geographers' Applied Geography Competition. (Winner, AAG Applied Geography Citation Award, 1985).
  55. F. Southworth (1985) Multi destination, multi purpose trip chaining and its implications for locational accessibility: a simulation approach. Papers of The Regional Science Association 56: 107-123.
  56. F. Southworth (1985) On household travel circuit benefits and their locational implications, in B. Hutchinson, P. Nijkamp and M. Batty (Eds.) Optimization and Discrete Choice in Urban Systems: 116 131.Springer Verlag, Holland.
  57. F. Southworth (1983) Circuit based indices of locational accessibility. Environment and Planning 10B: 249 260.
  58. F. Southworth (1983) Temporal versus other effects on spatial interaction model parameter values. Regional Studies 17.1: 41 47.
  59. F. Southworth, Y. J. Lee, C. Griffin and D. Zavattero (1983) Strategic motor freight planning for Year 2000 Chicago. Transportation Research Record 920: 45 48.
  60. F. Southworth and B. N. Janson (1982) Energy use and emissions impacts measurement in TSM. Transportation Engineering Journal 18, No.TE4: 328 341.
  61. F. Southworth (1982) An urban goods movement model: framework and some results.Papers of The Regional Science Association 50: 165 184.
  62. F. Southworth (1982) Logistic demand models for urban goods movements. In Goods Movements in Urban Areas, Urban Mass Transportation Administration. UMTA NY 06- 0087 82 2: 189 204.
  63. F. Southworth, B. N. Janson, E. Papathanassopoulos and D. Zavattero (1981) Direct and indirect energy accounts for Chicago's urban trucking industry. Transportation Research Record 834: 20 27.
  64. F. Southworth (1981) The trip as a good in macro analytic transportation planning models. Geographical Analysis 13.3: 234 247.
  65. F. Southworth (1981) Calibration of multinomial logit models of mode and destination choice. Transportation Research 15A: 315 325.
  66. M. Webber, M. Dear and F. Southworth (1980) Urban geography of the long run. Geographical Analysis 12.2: 200 203 (French translation in Brouillon Dupont).
  67. F. Southworth (1979) A disaggregated trip distribution model with elastic frequencies and expenditures. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy XIII.2: 209 224.
  68. F. Southworth (1979) Spatial structure and parameter disaggregation in trip distribution models. Regional Studies 13.4: 381 394.
  69. D. E. Boyce and F. Southworth (1979) Quasi dynamic urban location models with endogenously determined travel costs. Environment and Planning 11A: 575 584.
  70. F. Southworth (1978) The calibration of a trip distribution modal split model with origin specific cost decay parameters. Area 10: 252 258.

Proceedings

  1. S. McLeod, F. Southworth, A. Strauss-Weider and J. Hayes (2015) Enhancing U.S. Port Resiliency. ASCE Ports’16 Conference Paper. June 12-16, New Orleans, LA.
  2. F. Southworth (2011) Analysis Of Automobile Travel Demand Elasticities With Respect To Travel Costs: A Review Of The Evidence (Draft) . Prepared for the Office of Policy Information, Federal Highway Administration.
  3. F. Southworth (2011) Development of A Modal Decision Modeling Framework for Long Distance Passenger Travel: A Technical Note on Data and Modeling Options Prepared for the Office of Policy Information, Federal Highway Administration.
  4. F. Southworth and B.A. Weigel (2009) An Example Carbon Footprint: Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (CY 2008). Paper prepared for the Federal Transit Administration U.S. Department of Transportation Washington D.C.
  5. F. Southworth, T. Reuscher and P. S. Hu (2009) Estimation and Short Range Forecasting of County Level Vehicle Miles of Travel and Motor Fuel Use for the United States (through 2015). Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37831.
  6. F. Southworth and A. Sonnenberg (2008) Estimation of the Energy and Carbon Footprints for Public Transit Systems in the Nation’s 100 Largest U.S. Metropolitan Areas. Prepared for the Metropolitan Program, Brooking Institution, Washington, D.C.
  7. F. Southworth, M.D. Meyer and M. Bronzini (2008) Defining future needs. In Freight Demand Modeling. Tools for Public-Sector Decision Making. Conference Proceedings. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.: 41-46.
  8. F. Southworth (2007) A Commodity Flow Modeling Roadmap. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37830.
  9. F. Southworth, T. R. Curlee, D. P. Vogt and B. E. Peterson (2005) Identification of County- Based Commodity Movements over the U.S. Multimodal Transportation Network: An Assessment of the Available Data Sources and Estimation Methods. Prepared for the Transportation Security Administration, Washington, D.C.
  10. M.R. Wigan and F. Southworth (2005) What’s wrong with freight models? European Transport Conference, Strasbourg, France. October 2005. Proceedings, Association of European Transport.
  11. F. Southworth (2005) From commodity flows to truck trips: a look at the truck payload equivalent (TPE) concept. Report prepared for the Office of Operations, Freight Management and Operations, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.
  12. F. Southworth (2004) Multi-Criteria Sensor Placement. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  13. M. R. Hilliard, I.K. Busch, T.R. Curlee, R. Lee , O. Oladosu, F. Southworth and D.P. Vogt (2004) Modeling optimal congestion fees within the Ohio River Navigation Investment Model (ORNIM). Transportation Research Board Annual Meetings, January, 2004.
  14. F. Southworth. (2004) On the potential for transportation control measures to reduce petroleum consumption: a synopsis. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN. January, 2004.
  15. Xu, J., Hancock, K.L, and Southworth, F. (2003) Dynamic freight traffic simulation providing real-time information. Proceedings of the 2003 Winter Simulation Conference. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Piscataway, NJ.
  16. F. Southworth (2000) Forecasting highway vehicle miles of travel over the long term. In Energy 2000. The Beginning of A New Millenium (Catania, P, Golchert, B. and Zhou, C.Q. Eds). International Energy Foundation: 759-766.
  17. M. Hilliard, F. Southworth, R. Pillai and D. Middendorf (2000) Potential effects of the digital economy on transportation. National Academy of Sciences Workshop Implications of the New Digital Economy on Transportation: Developing Research and Data Needs. September 14-15, Washington, D.C.
  18. F. Southworth (2000) E-commerce: implications for freight. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  19. F. Southworth (1999) On the potential impacts of land use change policies on vehicle miles of travel. Paper prepared for Scenarios for A Clean Energy Future. Appendix E. US Department of Energy/US Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, D.C.
  20. F. Southworth, D. Xiong and D. Middendorf (1997) Development of analytic intermodal freight networks for use within a GIS. Proceedings of the GIS-T 97 Symposium. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Conference: 201-218.
  21. F. Southworth, D.L. Jones and I. G. Harrison (1996). Urban structure and its influence on vehicle travel reduction strategies. Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation: Urban Transportation Forum on Energy, Technology and the Environment. Auckland, New Zealand, April 1-2, 1996.
  22. F. Southworth (1995) A national transportation network analysis capability: issues and challenges. Appendix C. Proceedings of the National Transportation Network Analysis Workshop. Office of The Secretary, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington D.C.
  23. F. Southworth, B.N. Janson and M.M. Venigalla (1992) DYMOD: Towards real time dynamic traffic routing during mass evacuations. Proceedings, Managing Risk With Computer Simulation. Society for Computer Simulation, San Diego, CA.
  24. Rathi, A.K., S-P Miaou , P. DeCorla-Souza and F. Southworth (1992) Urban travel demand and greenhouse gas emissions. Working Paper, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  25. F. Southworth and J.H. Sorensen (1991) Modelling in Emergency Response Planning: Some Developments and Opportunities. Keynote Address Paper. Proceedings of the Emergency Planning '91 International Conference, University of Lancaster, England, September 8-11, 1991.
  26. S M Chin, B. E. Peterson, F. Southworth, R. M. Davis and R.G. Scott (1989) Graphics display of convoy movements. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Proceedings, ASCE Conference on Microcomputers in Transportation Planning, San Francisco, July 1989.
  27. F. Southworth, B. E. Peterson, R. M. Davis, S M Chin and R.G. Scott (1986) Application of the ORNL highway network data base to military and civilian transportation operations planning. Papers and Proceeding of Applied Geography Conferences, Vol 9: 217 227.
  28. F. Southworth (1986) On the transfer of ridesharing technology. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers' Annual Meetings, Minneapolis St. Paul.(Winner, AAG Energy Specialty Group Paper Award, 1986).
  29. F. Southworth (1985) Simulation of trip chaining potential in urban land use patterns. Modeling and Simulation, Vol 16.1: 331 336.
  30. F. Southworth (1983) Improved urban goods movement planning: the energy implications. Proceedings of the Joint U.S. - Brazilian Workshop on Transportation Energy:135 162. Polytechnic Institute of New York, Brooklyn, NY.
  31. F. Southworth (1982) The spatial accessibility of truck terminals in the presence of multi destination truck circuits. Modeling and Simulation, Vol 13.3: 1073 1080.
  32. F. Southworth, Y. J. Lee and D. Zavattero (1982) A motor freight planning model for Chicago. Publication No. 9, Transportation Planning Group, Civil Engineering Department, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. IL.
  33. G. Provenzano, et al. (1979) Using TSM strategies to improve air quality: A qualitative policy assessment. Staff Paper #4, Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois.
  34. F. Southworth and K. S. Chon (1979) Modal split modelling of TSM related to motor vehicle emissions assessment. 26th North American Regional Science Association Meetings, Los Angeles, CA.

Reports

  1. WSP USA, Inc., Cambridge Systematics, Inc. and F. Southworth (2019) Guidance for Stakeholders to Mitigate and Adapt to Disruptions on Supply Chains. NCFRP Project 50. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  2. WSP USA, Inc., Cambridge Systematics, Inc. and F. Southworth (2019) Improving Freight Transportation Resilience in Response to Supply Chain Disruptions. NCFRP Report 50. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  3. WSP Inc., Cambridge Systematics and F. Southworth (2017) Improving Freight Transportation Resilience in Response to Supply Chain Disruptions. NCFRP 50 – Phase 1 Interim Report and Phase 2 Work Plan. December, 2017.
  4. F. Southworth and D.A. Smith (2016) Estimating the Monetary Benefits of Reducing Delays on a Heavily Trafficked Truck Freight Corridor. National Center for Transportation Systems Productivity and Management, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332.
  5. F. Southworth (2016) A Review Of Truck Freight Value Of Travel Time And Travel Time Reliability Studies. National Center for Transportation Systems Productivity and Management. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30322.
  6. A. Amekudzi-Kennedy, F. Southworth, M. Rodgers, C. Ross, R. Boadi, S. Amoaning-Yankson, S. Brodie. M-A. Akofio-Sowah and J. Smith-Colin (2015) Transportation Systems Health: Concepts, Analysis, Applications & Significance. Final Report. Georgia Institute of Technology, Infrastructure Research Group, Atlata, GA.
  7. V. Ghosal and F. Southworth (2014) Micro-Dynamics of Business Location and Growth and its Effects on The Transportation Network and Congestion in Georgia and The Southeast Region. Final Report. Georgia DOT Research Project No. 12-24.
  8. F. Southworth (2014) On The Creation Of Spatially Disaggregated Commodity Flow Matrices An Overview Of U.S. Studies. Prepared for the Center for Transportation Analysis, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37830.
  9. F. Southworth, A. Sonnenberg, M. D. Meyer, D. A. Smith and R. D. Wilson (2013) Multimodal Needs, Constraints, and Opportunities: Observations and Lessons Learned for Georgia and GDOT. Final Report. Georgia DOT Research Project RP 11-04.
  10. F. Southworth, A. M. Moore and R. D. Wilson (2013) A Bibliography of Freight Demand Estimation, Forecasting and Planning Models. Prepared for FHWA’s FMIP Website (now online)
  11. F. Southworth and D.A. Smith (2013) Example FMIP Freight Planning Model Templates. Prepared for FHWA’s FMIP Website (now online)
  12. F. Southworth, T. Reuscher and H-L Hwang (2012) New York State 2009 NHTS Comparison Report. New York State Department of Transportation ComaprisonsRpt09-95- 011107/Oak Ridge National Laboratory ORNL/TM-2012/204, Oak Ridge, TN. https://www.dot.ny.gov/divisions/policy-and-strategy/darb/dai-unit/ttss/nhts
  13. F. Southworth and J. Gillett (2011) Trucking in Georgia: Freight Performance Measures. Georgia Department of Transportation Research Project No.10-16. Final Report. Atlanta, GA.
  14. F. Southworth, M.D. Meyer and B.A. Weigel (2011) Transit Greenhouse Gas Emissions Management Compendium. Report No. FTA-GA-26-7006.2011.01. Federal Transit Administration, Washington, D.C. http://www.fta.dot.gov/research
  15. F. Southworth, B.E Peterson, H-L Hwang, S-M Chin and D. Davidson (2011) The Freight Analysis Framework Version 3 (FAF3): A Description of the FAF3 Regional Database And How It Is Constructed.. Prepared by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. for the Office of Freight Management and Operations, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.
  16. F. Southworth, Davidson, D, Hwang, H-L, Peterson, B.E. and Chin, S-M (2010) The Freight Analysis Framework, Version 3: Overview of the FAF3 National Freight Flow Tables. Report prepared by Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the Office of Freight Management and Operations, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.
  17. F. Southworth (2010) Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions from Freight Logistics. White paper written for The Pew Center for Global Climate Change. Washington, D.C.
  18. F. Southworth and P.S. Hu (2010) The American Long Distance Personal Travel Data and Modeling Program: A Roadmap. Report prepared for the Office of Highway Policy Information Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation Washington D.C. 20590.
  19. TRB (2009) Driving and the Built Environment: The Effects of Compact Development on Motorized Travel, Energy Use, and CO2 Emissions. Transportation Research Board Special Report 298, Washington D.C.(Committee co-author)
  20. F. Southworth (2009) Recruit Sustainment Program Center Site Selection Model. Report prepared for the U.S. Army National Guard Bureau, Strength Management Division.
  21. F. Southworth, B.E. Peterson, S-M. Chin, H-L. Hwang and D. Davidson (2009) On the development of some new FAF products. Freight Analysis Framework 3. Technical Memorandum No. 4. Report prepared for the Office of Freight Management and Operations, Federal Highway Administration, Washington D.C.
  22. F. Southworth (2009) Potential improvements to the FAF3 methodology: flow disaggregation methods. Freight Analysis Framework 3. Technical Memorandum No.3. Report prepared for the Office of Freight Management and Operations Federal Highway Administration, Washington D.C.
  23. F. Southworth, H-L. Hwang and S-M. Chin (2009) An assessment of the impacts of data source changes on FAF3 development. Freight Analysis Framework 3. Technical Memorandum No. 2. Report prepared for the Office of Freight Management and Operations, Federal Highway Administration, Washington D.C.
  24. F. Southworth, M. D. Meyer and B. A. Weigel (2009) Summary of Climate Change Implications from Transportation and Transit’s Role. Prepared for the Office of Technology, Federal Transit Administration, Washington D.C.
  25. F. Southworth, A. Sonnenberg, and M.A. Brown (2008) The Transportation Energy and Carbon Footprints of the 100 Largest U.S. Metropolitan Areas. Prepared for the Metropolitan Program, Brooking Institution, Washington, D.C. (Also available as WP37. School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA).
  26. F. Southworth and Z. Patterson (2008) Emerging methodologies in freight demand modeling.Prepared as Chapter 5 in Innovations in Freight Transportation Modeling. Transportation Research E-Circular.
  27. T. R Curlee, M.R. Hilliard, R.S.Pillai, F. Southworth, D.P. Vogt and D. Xiong (2007) Enterprise Modeling and Analysis: The Cost of Implementing Security Systems in Heavy Rail Transit. Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Washington D.C. (Draft, April 2007)
  28. T.R.Curlee, F. Southworth, F. and D.P.Vogt (2006) Urban Transit in Tennessee, Efficiency Frontiers, and the Benefits of Marginal Investments. Report prepared for the Tennessee Department of Transportation Research Development and Technology Program, Nashville, TN.
  29. T. R.Curlee, et al (2006) The 2002 Freight Analysis Framework Freight Flow Database: Development of a set of Commodity and Mode Specific Origin-to-Destination Freight Flow Matrices for the United States. Report prepared for the Office of Operations, Freight Management and Operations, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C. January, 2006.
  30. F. Southworth (2005) A multimodal regional routing and multi-port analysis model. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources, Alexandria, VA.
  31. F. Southworth and B.E. Peterson (2005) Generation of a U.S. commodity flows matrix using log-linear modeling and iterative proportional fitting. Paper prepared for the Office of Operations, Freight Management and Operations, Federal Highway Administration, Washington D.C.
  32. F. Southworth and D.P. Vogt (2005) Multi-level modeling of waterway improvements: linking ORNIM to the broader regional transportation model paradigm. Planning Center of Expertise for Inland Navigation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Huntington, WV.
  33. F. Southworth and T. Reuscher (2004) An Analysis of New York Residents’ Views of Highway Travel. Report Prepared for the New York Department of Transportation, Albany, New York.
  34. F. Southworth, R. Pillai and D.L. Greene (2003) A Hydrogen Transition Planning Model: Creating A Framework For H2 Investment Analysis and Decision-Making. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  35. F. Southworth (2003) A Preliminary Roadmap for the American Freight Data Program. White Paper prepared for the Bureau of Transportation, US Dept. of Transportation, Washington, D.C.
  36. B G. Ashdown, M. Lapsa, D. J. Bjornstad, G. Boudreau and F. Southworth (2003) Assessing Consumer Values and Supply-Chain Relationships for Solid-State Lighting Technologies. Report prepared for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, US Department of Energy, Washington, D.C.
  37. M. Lapsa, B. G. Ashdown, F. Southworth, B. Shumpert, D. Bjorstadt and S. Schexnayder (2003) Consumer Market Analysis for Heat Pump Water Heaters. Report prepared for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, US Department of Energy, Washington, D.C.
  38. D. P. Vogt, F. Southworth, W. W. Walker, D. Kelz, and C. Dummer (2003) Documentation of the Revised Coal Transportation Projection Model (CTPM). Report prepared for the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington, WV.
  39. F. Southworth, D.P. Vogt, T. R.Curlee, A, Chatterjee and F.J. Wegmann (2002) Demands for and Benefits of Public Transit Services In Tennessee. Office of Public Transportation, Tennessee Department of Transportation, Nashville, TN.
  40. F. Southworth, D.P. Vogt, T. R.Curlee, A, Chatterjee and F.J. Wegmann (2002) An Assessment of Future Demands for and Benefits of Public Transit in Tennessee. ORNL/TM-2002/55
  41. D.P. Vogt, F. Southworth , B.E. Peterson and C. Rizy (2002) The MIO Input-Output Model: Conceptual Overview. Report prepared by Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the Ohio River Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington, WV.
  42. D.P. Vogt, F. Southworth, B.E. Peterson and C. Rizy (2002) Estimation of Regional Economic Benefits from Improvements in Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway Navigation: Phase 1Reconnaissance Study. Report prepared by Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the Ohio River Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington, WV
  43. F. Southworth (2001) Generation of A Set of U.S. County-Based Truck Traffic Analysis Centroids. Chapter 3 in Freight Analysis Framework: Highway Capacity Analysis. Methodology Report. Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, OH.
  44. F. Southworth (2001) Independent Technical Review of the Traffic Demand Forecasts for the Chickamauga Lock Study. Prepared for the Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville, TN 37902.
  45. R.B. Capelle, et al (2000) Freight USA. Highlights from the 1997 Commodity Flow Survey and Other Sources. Report prepared for the Bureau of Transportation Statistics U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C.
  46. F. Southworth (1999) The National Intermodal Transportation Data Base: Passenger and Goods Movement Components. Report prepared for the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C.
  47. F. Southworth (1998) Purpose and Status of the Multimodal Commodity Flow and American Travel Surveys. Report prepared for the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C.
  48. F. Southworth, B.E. Peterson and S-M Chin (1998) Methodology for Estimating Freight Shipment Distances for the 1997 Commodity Flow Survey. Report prepared for the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, DC.
  49. F. Southworth and B.E. Peterson (1997) Estimation of truck-to-rail drayage distances for BEA regions. Prepared for Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, OH.
  50. F. Southworth (1997) Research and Development Priorities on Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection. President’s Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection.
  51. Bureau of Transportation Statistics (1997) Transportation Statistics Annual Report 1997. Mobility and Access. U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C. (Contributing Author).
  52. F. Southworth. (1997) Development of Data and Analysis Tools in Support of A National Intermodal Network Analysis Capability. Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington D.C.
  53. M.S. Bronzini, D.L. Greene, J. Sheffield, F. Southworth and R.E. Ziegler (1997) End-Use Technology: Transportation. In Energy Technology R&D: What Could Make the Difference? (J. Sheffield, Ed). Oak Ridge National Laboratory, ORNL-6921/V2/P1: 1-22.
  54. F. Southworth, D. Xiong, M.S. Bronzini, and D. Middendorf (1996) A framework for considering national trade and transportation impacts of site specific freight bottlenecks. Prepared for the Office of Policy Development, Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. Washington D.C.
  55. M.S. Bronzini, R. Curlee, P.N. Leiby, P.N., R.S. Solanki, F. Southworth, M. Summers and D.P. Vogt (1996) Ohio River Navigation Investment Model: Problem Scope Study Final Report. Prepared for the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Huntington District, WV.
  56. F. Southworth and D.W. Jones (1996) Travel Reduction Through Changes in Urban Spatial Structure: A Search for Policy Instruments in Support of Cleaner, More Energy Efficient Cities. Office of Policy, Planning and Program Evaluation. U.S Department of Energy, Washington D.C.
  57. J.J. Ray, F. Southworth et al (1996) Highway Network Design and Evaluation System (HNDES).Version 1.0b.User Manual. Vols.1&2. Prepared for the Office of Policy Development, Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. Washington, D.C.
  58. F. Southworth (1995) A Technical Review of Urban Land Use-Transportation Models As Tools For Evaluating Vehicle Travel Reduction Strategies. Land Use Compendium. US DOT-T-99-03. http://tmip.fhwa.dot.gov/clearinghouse/docs/landuse/compendium/
  59. R.S. Solanki, J. Gorthi and F. Southworth (1995) An Optimization-Based Algorithm for Network Design. Technical Description and Testing. Prepared for the Office of Policy Development, Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. Washington, D.C.
  60. M. M. Venigalla, F. Southworth and C. Griffith Davies (1992) Evacuation Time Estimates for Pueblo Depot Activity and Vicinity. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  61. M. M. Venigalla, A.K. Rathi, D.N. Metzger, C. Griffith Davies and F. Southworth (1992) Evacuation Time Estimates for Pine Bluff Arsenal and Vicinity. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN.
  62. J.J. Ray and F. Southworth (1992) The Highway Traffic Forecasting System Version 2.0B. The Freight Network Policy Model User Manual. Prepared for the Office of Policy Development, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.
  63. F. Southworth (1991) Regional Evacuation Modeling in the United States: A State of the Art Review. ORNL-TM/11740. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  64. A.K. Rathi, F. Southworth, M.M. Venigalla and J.M. Jacobi (1991) Evacuation Time Estimates for Umatilla Depot Activity and Vicinity. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  65. A.K. Rathi, D.N. Metzger, M.M. Venigalla and F. Southworth (1991) Evacuation Time Estimates for Lexington-Blue Grass Army Depot and Vicinity. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  66. A.K. Rathi, F. Southworth, M.M. Venigalla and J.M. Jacobi (1990) Evacuation Time Estimates for Tooele Army Depot and Vicinity. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  67. F. Southworth, A.J. Rathi, J. M. Jacobi, M. M. Venigalla, M and D.F. Flanagan (1990) Evacuation Time Estimates for the Aberdeen Proving Ground and Vicinity. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  68. A.K. Rathi, S.P. Miaou, F. Southworth and B. E. Peterson (1990) National Highway Network Analysis: Suburban Highway Needs for Year 2005. Report prepared for the Office of Policy Development, Highway Needs and Investments Branch, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.
  69. S-M Chin and F. Southworth. (1990) RTMAS: Prototype Real Time Traffic Monitoring Analysis System. Technical Manual and User's Manual. Report prepared for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington, D.C.
  70. E.L. Hillsman, F. Southworth and D.W. Jones (1989) A Compendium of Options for Government Policy to Encourage Private Sector Responses to Potential Climate Change. Chapter 9: Transportation Sector. Report to the Congress by the Office of Environmental Assessment, U.S. Department of Energy, DOE/EH-0108. Washington, D.C.
  71. R.S. Solanki, C.S. Bowman and F. Southworth (1988) ADANS Execution Planning Algorithm. Prepared for MAC/DO-ADANS, Military Airlift Command, USAF, Scott AFB, IL.
  72. G. Harrison, F. Southworth, et al (1988) Airlift Deployment Analysis System: ADANS Functional Description. HQ, Military Airlift Command, USAF, Scott AFB, IL
  73. F. Southworth, S M Chin and P.D. Cheng (1987) Quantifying Spontaneous Population Evacuations In Time of Threat: A Near Real Time Traffic Monitoring System For The Tampa Bay Area. Report prepared for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington, D.C.
  74. G. Harrison, R. D. Kraemer and F. Southworth (1987) Airlift Deployment Analysis System: ADANS Concept Description. Military Airlift Command, USAF, Scott AFB, IL.
  75. B. N. Janson, C. Zozaya Gorostiza and F. Southworth (1986) NETPEM-PC: A Network Performance Evaluation Model for Assessing the Impact of High Occupancy Vehicle Facilities. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, ORNL/TM 10060.
  76. B. N. Janson, C. Zozaya Gorostiza and F. Southworth (1986) NETPEM PC: A User's Manual. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, ORNL/Sub/85/27439/1.
  77. F. Southworth (1986) VMT Forecasting for National Highway Planning: A Review of Existing Approaches. Prepared for the Office of Policy Development, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.
  78. F. Southworth and B. E. Peterson (1986) Review of the Highway Traffic Forecasting System. Report to the Office of Policy Development, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.
  79. R. D. Kraemer and F. Southworth (1986) Functional Description of the MOBCON Automated Support System (MASS). U.S. Army Forces Command, Scott AFB, IL.
  80. F. Southworth (1985) DOE National Rideshare Program Plan, ORNL/TM 9608. Prepared for the Office of Transportation Systems, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, D.C.
  81. F. Southworth and F. Westbrook (1985) Study of Current and Planned High Occupancy Vehicle Lane Use: Performance and Prospects. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, ORNL/TM-9847.
  82. S. A. Carnes, et al. (1985) Assessment of Alternative Transportation Routes for Hazardous Weapons Movement from Demilitarization Sites. Report prepared for the U.S. Army Toxic and Hazardous Materials Agency. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. ORNL 6198.
  83. D. L. Greene, R. Kowalski and F. Southworth (1984) Transportation Energy Conservation: Reconnaissance Mission to Costa Rica. U.S. Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C.
  84. B. E. Peterson and F. Southworth (1984) Disaggregation of highway traffic by vehicle type. Prepared for the Federal Highway Administration, Office of Program and Policy Planning, Washington, D.C.
  85. F. Southworth, Y. J. Lee, C. S. Griffin and D. Zavattero (1983) Motor Freight Planning For The Chicago Region. Document no.83/06, Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources, Springfield, IL
  86. F. Southworth, Y. J. Lee, C. S. Griffin and D. Zavattero (1983) A Strategic Motor Freight Planning Model. CATS Research News, Vol. 22, No.2. Chicago Area Transportation Study, Chicago, IL.
  87. F. Southworth (1982) A Scenario based Approach to Assessment of Requirements for Freight Transportation: Map 2000 Project. Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council,Chicago, IL.
  88. D. E. Boyce, F. Southworth, T. J. Kim, G. Provenzano, K. S. Chon K. Cromwell Cain and T.R. Wells (1981) Testing Models for Estimating the Impact of Transportation System Management on Travel Choices and Vehicle Emissions. Illinois Institute of Natural Resources Doc. 81/32, Chicago, IL.
  89. F. Southworth and K. S. Chon (1981) Direct and Indirect Emissions Production By Truck Movements In The Chicago Region, Illinois Institute of Natural Resources Document no. 81/19, Chicago, IL.
  90. F. Southworth, B. N. Janson and E. Papathanassopoulos (1980) Energy Accounts For Urban Truck Freight Movements In The Chicago Region, Illinois Institute of Natural Resources, Energy Planning Division, Springfield, IL.
  91. D.E. Boyce, G. Provenzano, F. Southworth, K. Cromwell Cain and K. S. Chon (1979) Modeling The Impacts Of Transport System Management On Vehicle Emissions. Illinois Institute of Natural Resources Document no. 79/09, Chicago, IL.
  92. F. Southworth (1978) Modelling The Changing Relationship Between Travel Demand and Land Use. Report no. B/RG/19829, British Science Research Council; and in abridged form as WP 225, School of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds, England.
  93. F. Southworth (1977) The calibration of highly disaggregated trip distribution and modal split models: some comparisons of macro and micro analytic approaches. Ph.D. Thesis, School of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds, England
  94. F. Southworth (1977) Alternative closure procedures for predictive trip distribution models. Regional Highway Traffic Model Project. Alistair Dick & Associates, Leatherhead, Surrey, England.
  95. F. Southworth (1977) Goodness of fit tests for trip distribution models: a review. Regional Highway Traffic Model Project, Alistair Dick & Associates, Leatherhead, Surrey, England.
  96. F. Southworth (1976) DISTDEM (DISTribution-DEMand Model): A user's manual. Working Paper 90, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, Leeds, England.
  97. P. Bonsall, A. F. Champernowne, E. L. Cripps, P. R. Goodman, A. Hankin, R. Mackett, I. Sanderson, M. L. Senior, F. Southworth, R. Spence, H.C.W.L. Williams and A.G. Wilson (1974) A transport model for West Yorkshire, Working Paper 87, School of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds, England.
  98. F. Southworth (1973) Recent developments in trip distribution and modal split transport models: a review. Working Paper 38, School of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds, England.

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