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Eric Green, GISP, MSCE, PE

  • Kentucky Transportation Center

Research Engineer

Research Area




Eric Green is a research engineer with KTC’s Traffic and Safety program, where he has been on staff since 1998. His research interest is primarily in transportation safety, with a focus in crash data analysis. Mr. Green has produced several software packages that are currently used by transportation and police agencies and he leads workshops related to sign retro-reflectivity, asset management, crash analysis, and crash reporting. He also teaches a civil engineering course on geographic information systems and belongs to several professional organizations such as the Geospatial Science and Technology Committee, Kentucky’s Governor’s Highway Safety Program, and the Transportation Research Board’s GIS Committee (ABJ60). Mr. Green was licensed as a Professional Engineer in the state of Kentucky in 2004 and as a GISP in 2012. He received both his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky. He is currently a PhD candidate in Civil Engineering at the University of Kentucky