Per Erik Garder, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
302 Boardman Hall
University of Maine
Orono, Maine 04469-5711
Ph.D in Civil Engineering
University of Lund, Sweden, 1982.
M.S in Civil Engineering
University of Lund, Sweden, 1975.
CIE 225 Transportation Engineering
CIE 424 Urban Transportation Planning
CIE 425 Transportation Safety
CIE426 Advanced Roadway Design
Professor Gårder’s research interest is focused on forecasting, designing and evaluating facilities with emphasis on traffic safety and environmental aspects. He has been conducting research on the effect of continuous shoulder rumble strips along highways; safety of pedestrians and bicyclists; the effect of different intersection lay-outs and controls, such as signalized intersections and roundabouts; driver stress evaluation in intelligent vehicle highway systems; conflict studies; and studies on the value of time. The results of his research can be found in publications. For more information about Professor Gårder’s research, click here.
Refereed Chapters of Books:
-Per Gårder, (2018), Providing for Pedestrians, in Dominique Lord, Simon Washington (ed.) Safe Mobility: Challenges, Methodology and Solutions (Transport and Sustainability, Volume 11) Emerald Publishing Limited, pp.207 – 228
For more information including publications, please reference his google scholar