B. A., Russian, English, and Comparative Literature, Cornell University, 1992
M.S., Civil Engineering specializing in transportation, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998
Master's of City Planning specializing in geographic information systems (GIS), Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998
Ph.D., Civil Engineering specializing in transportation, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
Myers, Jason and Dunning, Anne (2011), “The Relationship between Mega-regions and Megapolitans: Transportation Planning for the Two Scales,” Transportation and Economic Development Challenges, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Dunning, Anne E. (2009). “Recreational Areas,” ITE Transportation Planning Handbook, edited by Michel D. Meyer for the Institute of Transportation Engineers.
Larkins, Kelly; Dunning, Anne; and Ridout, John (2011). “Accessible Transportation and the Built Environment on College Campuses,” Transportation Research Record: Transit 2011, number 2218, pp. 88-97.
Fries, Ryan N.; Dunning, Anne E.; and Chowdhury, Mashrur A. (2011). “University Traveler’s Value of Potential Real-Time Transit Information,” Journal of Public Transportation, Volume 14, Issue 2, 2011, pp. 29-50.
Sturm, Joseph; Chowdhury, Mashrur; Dunning, Anne; and, Ogle, Jennifer (2011). "Analysis of Cost Estimation Disclosure in Environmental Impact Statements for Surface Transportation Projects," Transportation: Planning, Policy, Research, Practice, Volume 38, Issue 3, pp. 525-544.
Dunning, Anne E; Myers, Jason; and, Meyer, Michael D. (June 2011). “Reducing Energy Usage through Transportation Planning for Megaregions” submitted to the Federal Highway Administration.
Dunning, Anne E.; London, James; and, Nocks, Barry (June 2007). “Barriers and Catalysts for Statewide Coordination of Transportation Services,”” submitted to the South Carolina Department of Transportation.
Chowdhury, Mashrur; Fries, Ryan; Ma, Yongchang; Dunning, Anne; Hamlin, Carol; Ozbay, Kaan; Ogle, Jennifer; and, Sarasua, Wayne (April 2007). “Benefit Cost Analysis of Accelerated Incident Clearance,” SPR 659 submitted to the South Carolina Department of Transportation.