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Professor
Civil Engineering
Howard University
2300 Sixth St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20059

Phone: 202- 806 6668
FAX: 202- 806 5271
Email: enoel@fac.howard.edu
URL:

B.S. Howard University 1972
M.S. Howard University 1974
Ph.D. U of Maryland 1978

Picture of Errol C. Noel
Errol C. Noel

Description of Research
Devoted most of the past twenty years to traffic opreation and safety.Was very much involved in engineering practice. My research included such topics as incident management, evaluation of emergency signal preemption systems, pedestrian safety, traffic control in work zones, evaluating traffic simulatuion models, planning and design of park and ride facilities, concrete barrier anchorage, potential impact of minicars on U.S. roads, and transportation for physically challenged people. On-going research on pavement vibration in urban areas.
Recent Papers or Publications
Noel,E.C.,"Practices and Needs in Work Zone Pedestrian Safety," Transportation Research Record No. 1352, Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., 1992.

Noel, E.C., Work Zone Traffic Control Manual, DC Department of Public Works, 1997.

Noel, E.C.,"Concrete Barrier Delineation: Assessment of Practices and Needs,"Transportation Quarterly, Vol.45,No.1, January 1991.

Special Honors or Awards
Academic Excellence Award, Howard University, 1998.

Academic Excellence Award, Howard University, 1999.

Tau Beta Pi

Treasurer ITS Maryland,1998-99

Member: ASCE, ITE, ITS Maryland, and TRB Board; TransTech Academy, Cardozo Senior High School Member; Graduate Faculty, Howard University

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