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YUE SHAN

259 Colonnade Drive Apt 19 Charlottesville VA 22903


434-466-4250 ys5bb@virginia.edu http://shanyueup.weebly.com/

Objective
Transportation Planner

Education
University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
M.U.E.P., Urban and Environmental Planning

Concentration: Transportation Planning and GIS Analysis


Expected: May, 2015

Tongji Univeristy Shanghai, China


B.E. Geographic Information System
Graduated: June, 2013

Experience
Research Assistant University of Virginia

Oct 2014 Present Charlottesville, Virginia

Worked with the VCTIR, a nation's leading transportation research centers


Participated in the project Infrastructure and Development to Support Reduced Driving
Processed, analyzed and visualized several data sets collected from ACS, LODES, GFTS, VDOT and others.
Examined travel and land use patterns within Virginia
Identified infrastructure and land use patterns associated with sustainable travel patterns
Proposed solutions to improve transportation sustainability that consider local conditions and regional factors.

Transportation Planner Intern Shanghai Urban Transportation Design Institute

June 2014 August 2014 Shanghai, China

Participated in Shanghai Hongqiao Airport Intermodal Transportation Plan, Gu Village Access Management
Study and Master Plan of Tramway in Shanghai
Built Shanghai public transportation multimodal network
Examined time and space accessibility to anywhere of the city by public transportation.
Assisted with spatial analysis, data modeling, data analysis and visualization and graphic work

Planner Intern MADA S.P.A.M

Worked with the Vanke Co., Ltd, a leading Real Estate Company in China
Participated in the Urban Design & Concept Planning of Guangzhou Tianhe Software Park
Assisted with designing the master plan, urban sustainable development analysis, graphic work, and model
making
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Research Assistant University of Tongji

July 2012 July 2013 Shanghai, China

March 2012 Oct 2012 Shanghai, China

Worked with the Shanghai Changning Planning and Land Authority


Participated in project Redesign of Changning District GIS system and Database Reestablishment
Programmed to update the building structure database and to extend functions of previous GIS system
Wrote the instruction book of new GIS System for local government
Introduced the system and delivered training via presentation to users

Skill and Software

Programming
Spatial Analysis
Transportation Analysis
Statistics and Modeling
Graphic Design

SQL, VB, Python, VB.NET, LISP

ArcGIS, MapInfo

TransCAD

Excel, Access, SPSS, MATLAB, SQL Server

AutoCAD, CorelDRAW, Photoshop, Illustrator

Honors

Department Scholarship University of Virginia 2014 - 2015


Outstanding Young Volunteer of Community Service Pangyu Authority 2011
Shanghai College Science &Technology Innovation Contest 2nd Prize 2010
Outstanding Volunteer Tongji University
2009

Recent Projects and Studies


Transportation Analysis and Planning
Impacts of Stop Consolidation on Charlottesville Area Transit Route 7

Public Transportation (CE6420) Fall 2014

Use TCQSM Bus Capacity and Speed computational methodology to calculate the capacity and speed
change before and after consolidation
Evaluate the benefit and disadvantages of stop consolidation

Assessment of Increased Speed Limit along the US 58 Bypass


Transportation Data Analysis and Modeling (CE6500) Fall 2014

Analyze the available speeds and assess how speeds have changed at the site.
Examine changes in the speeds and appropriateness of the old and new speed limits.
Assess the impact on safety and mobility

Assessment of Construction Impacts and Need for Remedial Action on I- 95


Transportation Data Analysis and Modeling (CE6500) Fall 2014

Analyze the Bluetooth travel time data in different time period before and during construction
Determine whether congestion has changed significantly at the site during construction
Consider additional investment in traffic management

Intermodal Transit Oriented Development: A Site Plan for the Tysons Urban Center Area

Transportation and Land Use (PLAC 5740) Spring 2014

Apply intermodality to the movement of people and modes of transportation in Tysons Corner
Determine alternatives of rail lines, land use and urban design to support Tysons shift to an urban center.

I-95 Martine Corridor in U.S

Transportation Policy and Planning (PLAN 5720) Fall 2013

Provide an alternative for goods movement on the I-95 corridor between VA and MA
Access congestion and cost reduction, safety and environmental improvement and economic
redevelopment and other benefits of alternative

Spatial Analysis based on GIS


Suitability Modeling for Acquisition of Conservation Easements

Fall 2014

Corridor Modeling for Albemarle County Green Infrastructure Study

Fall 2014

Accessibility to Parks in Albemarle County


Multi-modal Network Analysis of Belmont in Charlottesville
Improvements on the Accessibility to Activity Centers in Richmond, VA

Fall 2014
Spring 2014
Fall 2013