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Transportation Trajectories: Advancing Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Safety and Trespass Prevention

Date: 
April 9, 2013 - 12:00pm to 12:45pm EDT
Location: 
John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, 55 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142-1093
RITA Office: 
Volpe National Transportation Systems Center

Marco daSilvaMarco daSilva
Senior General Engineer and Program Manager
Systems Safety and Engineering Division
Center for Infrastructure Systems and Engineering
Volpe, The National Transportation Systems Center

Join Marco P. daSilva, senior general engineer and program manager in Volpe’s Center for Infrastructure Systems and Engineering , at Volpe for our next Transportation Trajectories event:

Marco daSilva is a senior general engineer and program manager with the Center for Infrastructure Systems and Engineering at the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Volpe Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His work portfolio includes management of Volpe’s Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Safety and Trespass Prevention Research program in support of the Federal Railroad Administration’s Office of Research and Development, and specific research projects involving technology development and evaluation, and driver behavior analyses.  

DaSilva holds a Master of Science degree in Transportation Engineering from Northeastern University and a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University. His published work is available in Volpe's Technical Reports & Presentations database.

Featuring Volpe experts, Transportation Trajectories is a dialogue on advancing transportation innovation for the public good. The transportation community is invited to join the conversation as Volpe staff describe their work and share their knowledge of the transportation enterprise. For further information, please contact Ellen Bell, director of strategic initiatives for research and innovation.