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Andrew R Goetz, PhD
Department of Geography and the Intermodal Transportation Institute, University of Denver

Andrew R Goetz is a Professor in the Department of Geography and the Intermodal Transportation Institute at the University of Denver. He was one of the founders of the DU Center for Transportation Studies in 1991 that became the Intermodal Transportation Institute.

Dr Goetz has conducted several research projects as part of the National Center for Intermodal Transportation (NCIT), one of the US Department of Transportation University Transportation Centers. He served as the project team leader on a study assessing transportation planning processes at metropolitan planning organizations, led a project examining private sector progress in passenger intermodal transportation, and led a research group assessing intermodal planning at state departments of transportation.

He has published numerous journal articles and book chapters on topics including airline industry dynamics, transportation and urban/economic growth, globalization, intermodal transportation, transportation geography, and sustainability. He has co -authored two books, Denver International Airport: Lessons Learned (McGraw Hill, 1997) and Airline Deregulation and Laissez-Faire Mythology (Greenwood Press, 1992). He is the North American Editor of the Journal of Transport Geography, is currently a member of the Statewide Freight Advisory Council at the Colorado Department of Transportation, is on the Transportation Advisory Committee for the City and County of Denver’s Strategic Transportation Plan, and has served on the Transportation Advisory Committee of the Denver area metropolitan planning organization, the Denver Regional Council of Governments [DRCOG]. Dr Goetz received a BA from Northwestern University, MA from Kent State University, and PhD from Ohio State University.

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