The Metis Center for Infrastructure and Sustainable Engineering seeks to provide the basis for understanding, designing and managing the complex integrated built/human/natural systems that increasingly characterize our planet in the Anthropocene – the Age of Humans. To this end, we combine research, teaching, outreach and public service in an effort to learn how engineered and built systems are integrated with natural and human systems.

The mission of Metis is to reshape how we design and build infrastructure and prepare engineers in the Anthropocene. The Anthropocene will be defined by rapid technological, environmental and social change, which will raise challenges for current infrastructure and engineering to meet changing needs. To build more resilient and sustainable systems that are capable of adapting to change in the 21st century and beyond, we will need to fundamentally rethink how and why we deploy and use infrastructure and train engineers. The Metis center seeks to establish an array of competencies to be able to respond to rapidly changing environments, technologies and services, for a future marked by complexity and uncertainty.

More information can be found on the Metis Center page here: https://metis.asu.edu
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Jun 13, 2024
Chester, Mikhail; Li, Rui; Helmrich, Alysha, 2024, "San Francisco Bay Area Parking Space Inventory", https://doi.org/10.48349/ASU/EV2GTF, ASU Library Research Data Repository, V1, UNF:6:o4iDo4neMSlg6IY9o9eEJQ== [fileUNF]
The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most progressive transportation regions in the deployment of high-capacity transit and the use of policies to encourage active transportation. Yet, there remains a dearth of knowledge on the abundance and location of parking infrastructure...
May 16, 2024
Hoehne, Christopher; Chester, Mikhail; King, David; Fraser, Andrew, 2024, "Phoenix Metro Parking Space Infrastructure Inventory", https://doi.org/10.48349/ASU/F9I9MD, ASU Library Research Data Repository, V1, UNF:6:Db7BzVSCZ5lO56FQg9rFGg== [fileUNF]
A parking inventory for metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, USA is developed by cross-referencing geospatial cadastral and roadway data with minimum parking requirements. Historical growth of parking is also estimated by linking year of property development to required off-street and...
Apr 29, 2024
Chester, Mikhail; Fraser, Andrew; Matute, Juan; Flower, Carolyn; Pendyala, Ram, 2024, "Los Angeles County Parking Space Infrastructure Inventory", https://doi.org/10.48349/ASU/F8EQ0Y, ASU Library Research Data Repository, V1, UNF:6:rP9zyE6Tz3ohv1Amr60GZQ== [fileUNF]
Replication data for the 2015 article "Parking Infrastructure: A Constraint on or Opportunity for Urban Redevelopment? A Study of Los Angeles County Parking Supply and Growth." We estimate how parking has grown in Los Angeles County from 1950 to 2010. We find that since 1975 the...
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