DR MUTABAZI, Madaniyo Ishobeza- THE BEST FUTURE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURAL INNOVATION FOR TANZANIA

CURRICULUM VITAE.

1. PERSONAL DETAILS.
NAME: MUTABAZI, Madaniyo Ishobeza.

1.1 ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
Ph.D. — Kansas State University (1998)
Thesis: Review of the Effectiveness, Location, Design, and Safety of Passing Lanes in Kansas; Supervised by Prof. E.R Russell.

M.Sc. — University of Wisconsin-Madison (1991)
Thesis: Evaluated effectiveness of USDOT Rail-grade crossing accident prediction models; Supervised by Prof. W.D. Berg.

B.Sc (Engg.).– University of Dar Es Salaam—Tanzania (1988).

1.2 WORK EXPERIENCE

1.2.1 Mohawk College (2011-Todate)
• Taught Surveying, Highway Technology, Geotechnical, Construction Material courses,

1.2.2 Seneca College (2010-2011)
• Taught Surveying course,
• Taught Environmental Impact Assessment course,
• Taught Site Investigation & Sampling course.
• Research on Hungup problem in North America.

1.2.3 Humber College (2009)
• Taught Surveying for Civil Engineers course

1.2.4 University of the West Indies (2002 – 2009)
• Teaching
- Highway Engineering course.
- Transportation Engineering course.
- Civil Engineering in Society course.
- Construction Techniques course.

• Supervision
- M.Sc. student (Melvyn Delano de Clou) on the project: An investigation into the effect of maintenance practice on road construction equipment output / production in Guyana–2009.
- M.Sc. student (Sunil Ganesh) on the project: An investigation into the appropriateness of the use of recycling of asphaltic concrete for road rehabilitation in Guyana–2009.
- M.Sc. student (Naeem Mohamed) on the project: A cost analysis using the most economical locally available materials for the construction of double bituminous surface treatment roads–2010.
- M.Sc. student (Tarun Doerga) on the project: A parking study of the University of the West Indies St. Augustine campus–2010.
- M.Sc. student (David Merell) on an investigation on the effects of the signalization of a major junction on the flow of traffic through it –2010.
- Special Investigative Project, 3rd yr undergraduate students.
- Final Design Project, 3rd yr undergraduate students.

• Research
- Study on “Evaluation of effectiveness of pavement marking in reducing vehicle speeds.”
- Study on “Seat belt usage in Trinidad.”
- Study on “Evaluation of Effectiveness of New Zebra Crossing in Trinidad”
- “Development of PARAMICS model for the East-West Corridor in Trinidad”.
- Study on “School travel in Trinidad”.
- Study on “Inter-Island transport between Trinidad and Tobago”.
• Other Professional Activities
- Reviewed the content of the syllabi for secondary schools in Trinidad.
- Participated in plan development of a traffic review for the entrances into the University of West Indies campus.
- Coordinated examination and registration for 3rd yr students in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering.
- Reviewed technical papers for the West Indian Journal of Engineering.

1.2.5 University of Dar Es Salaam (1988-1989, 1992-1994, 1999-2002)
• Teaching
- Traffic Engineering course.
- Highway Geometric Design course.
- Surveying course.
- Mechanics course.
- Introduction to Computers.
- Selected topics in Civil Engineering.

• Supervision
- Undergraduate final year projects.
- Undergraduate students’ practical trainings.

• Other Professional Activities
- Reviewed technical papers for the First Road Transportation Technology Transfer conference in Africa.
- Head, Surveying section
- Department Industrial Liaison Officer

1.2.6 Kansas State University (1994-1998)
• Teaching
- Route Location.
- Highway Engineering.
- Surveying course.

• Research
- Study on “Identification of Hump Highway/Rail Crossings in Kansas”.
- Study on “Review of the Effectiveness, Location, Design, and Safety of Passing Lanes in Kansas”.
- Study on “Kansas Grade Crossing Consolidation”.

1.2.7 MECCO Contractors (1980 – 1984)
• Supervision of the construction of a 3-storey central bank building in Mbeya.
• Supervision of the reconstruction of 180 Km Chalinze-Segera road.
• Supervision of the construction of Kigogo Road Link,

1.2.8 Internships
• Participated in field data collection for Wisconsin Fuel Efficient Transportation (FET) Program consultancy project at the University of Wisconsin-Madison—1991.
• Analyzed traffic accident records and developed mitigation measures for the city of Madison, Wisconsin—1991.
• Supervision (as a Technician Intern) of the construction of a shed storage building at the port at V. Biasci Contractors Ltd—1985.
• Supervision (as an Engineer Intern) of rehabilitation of a jetty structure at the port at Bish International Consultants—1986.
• Design (as an Engineer Intern) of a 2-storey dwelling house at National Housing Company design office—1987.

2. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS.

In Refereed Journal
1. Mutabazi, M.I. Sight Obstruction at At-Grade Pedestrian Crossings: A Review of the Understanding of the Meaning of Zigzag Lines. Journal of Safety Science, Volume 48, Issue 3, March 2010, Pages 283-287.

2. Mutabazi, M.I. and Ackbarali, A., “School Travel Characteristics and Attitude Towards Ride Sharing: A Case Study of St. George East School District, Trinidad”, West Indian Journal of Engineering, Vol.32, Nos.1&2, January, pp.28-35

3. Mutabazi, M.I. “Trinidad Motorists Understanding Safety Belt Issues”. West Indian Medical Journal. Vol.56, No.3. June, 2007. pp. 234-235.

4. Mutabazi, M.I. and Dindial, R. “Field Evaluation of A New Pedestrian Crossing In Trinidad & Tobago: Effect Of Flashing Lights Operation”. Journal of Transportation Research Record No 2038, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 2007. pp 93-97.

5. Mutabazi, M.I. Safety Belt Usage Characteristics in Trinidad. ITE Journal on the WEB. Vol. 77. No. 10. October, 2007, pp. 69-73. http://www.ite.org/membersonly/itejournal/pdf/2007/JB07JA69.pdf.

6. Mutabazi, M.I., Russell, E.R., and Stokes, R.W. “Location and Configuration of Passing Lanes”. Transportation Research Record, No. 1658, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1999, pp.25-33.

7. Russell, E.R., and Mutabazi, M.I., “Rail-Highway Grade Crossing Consolidation in Kansas” .Transportation Research Record, No.1648, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1998, pp.1-7.

8. Mutabazi, M.I., Russell, E.R., and Stokes, R.W. “Drivers’ Attitudes, Understanding and Acceptance of Passing Lanes in Kansas”. Transportation Research Record No. 1628, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1998, pp. 25-33.

9. Stokes, W. and Mutabazi M. “Rate-Quality Control Method of Identifying Hazardous Road Locations” Transportation Research Record No. 1542,TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1996, pp. 44-48.

10. Mutabazi, M and Berg, W. “Evaluation of the Accuracy of U.S. DOT Rail-Highway Grade Crossing Accident Prediction Models”. Transportation Research Record No. 1495, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1995, pp. 166-170.

In Refereed Conferences
11. Mutabazi, M.I. Challenges on Pricing Inter-Island Transport between Trinidad and Tobago. In CD-ROM of TRB 89th Annual Meeting. January 10th-14th, 2010. Washington, DC.

12. Mutabazi, M.I. Dilemma of Zigzag Lines at Mid-Block Pedestrian Crossing. In CD-ROM of TRB 88th Annual Meeting. January 11th-15th 2009. Washington, DC.

13. Mutabazi, M.I. and Charles, R. Evaluation of Perceptual Speed Transverse Markings at Freeport, Trinidad. Presented at TRB 87th Annual Meeting. January 13th-17th 2008. Washington, DC.

14. Mutabazi, M.I. and Akbarali. Education at All Costs? A Case of Trinidad’s School Transport. Presented at TRB 87th Annual Meeting. January 13th-17th 2008. Washington, DC.

15. Mutabazi, M.I. and Dindial, R. “Field Evaluation of A New Pedestrian Crossing In Trinidad & Tobago: Effect of Flashing Lights Operation”. Presented at TRB 86th Annual Meeting. January 21st-25th 2007. CD-ROM. Washington, DC.

16. Mutabazi, M.I. Partnership for Road Transport Management a Case of Trinidad and Tobago. Presented at the Fourth Latin American and Caribbean Conference for Engineering and Technology. “Breaking Frontiers and Barriers in Engineering: Education, Technology and Practice” June 21-23, 2006. Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.

17. Mutabazi, M.I. and Nanan, K. Trinidad Motorists Understanding Zebra Pedestrian Crossing. In TRB 2006 Annual Meeting CD-ROM. Presented in TRB 85th Annual Meeting. January 22nd-27th 2006. Washington, DC.

In Other Conferences
18. Mutabazi, M.I., Pedestrian Safety in Trinidad: Challenges and Opportunities. Presented at Road Safety Expo and Conference 2008. May 19th-21st 2008. Crowne Plaza. Port of Spain, Trinidad

19. Mutabazi, M.I. Sustainability of Public Transport in Developing Countries: A Case of Trinidad & Tobago. In Proceedings of 2004 Annual Roads Convention: Development and Management of Urban Road-Transport Infrastructure. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. November 25-26, 2004, pp 47-57.

20. Mutabazi, M.I. Understanding of Seat Belt Usage Issues by Trinidad & Tobago Motorists. Presented at Second Biennial Conference and Workshop, The Caribbean Academy of Sciences. Faculty of Medicine, The University of West Indies, Trinidad. October 1 – 4, 2004. In Book of Abstracts, p 102.

21. Mutabazi, M.I. and Akbarali, A. School Travel and Attitude Towards Ride Sharing. Presented at Second Biennial Conference and Workshop, The Caribbean Academy of Sciences. Faculty of Medicine, The University of West Indies, Trinidad. October 1 – 4, 2004. In Book of Abstracts, p 110.

22. Mutabazi, M.I., H.K.S. Bishanga. A Systems Approach to the Road Safety Problem in Tanzania. In Proceedings of the first road transportation technology transfer conference in Africa, Arusha International Conference Centre, May 23-25th, 2001, pp 166 – 179.

23. Mutabazi, M.I. Auxiliary Overtaking Lanes as Safety Improvement Measure on Two-Lane, Two-Way Trunk Roads. In Proceedings of 2000 Annual Roads Convention: The New agenda for Roads in Sub-Saharan Africa-Reforms. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. November 28-30, 2000, pp 58-65.

24. Russell, E.R., Mutabazi, M.I., and Stokes, R.W. “Development of Guidelines for Location of Passing Lanes on Two-Lane Roads” In Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Traffic Safety on Two Continents. Malmo, Sweden. September 20-22, 1999. VTI konferens 13A part 4, pp. 49-68.

25. Russell, E.R., Mutabazi, M.I., and Stokes, R.W. “Safety and Operational Performance of Passing Lanes in Kansas” In Proceedings of the 9th REAAA Conference. Wellington, New Zealand. May 3-8, 1998. Volume 2, pp 200-206.

26. Russell, E.R., Mutabazi, M.I., and Stokes, R.W. “Recommendations for the Planning, Design and Signing of Passing Lanes on Two-Lane Highways” In Proceedings 1998 CSCE Annual Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia, volume 4b, pp 269-280. June 1998.

27. Russell, E.R., Mutabazi, M.I., and Stokes, R.W. “The Effectiveness, Location, Design and Safety of Passing Lanes in Kansas (USA)”, In Proceedings Traffic Safety on Two Continents. Lisbon, Portugal. September 22-24, 1997. VTI konferens 9A part 2, pp 63-84.

28. Mutabazi, M.I. “Safety and Operational Performance of Passing Lanes in Kansas”, presented at The 1997 Transportation Scholar’s Conference. Iowa State University, November 14, 1997.

29. Lema, N. and Mutabazi M. “The Need for Evaluation Framework Review”, presented at annual Institute of Engineers Tanzania (IET) seminar, Arusha-Tanzania. September 1988.

Other Papers
30. Madaniyo Mutabazi and Abraham Mwasha. Run-off the Road Incidents: What a Trini Driver Must Know. The HSE Quarterly, Issue 1, pp. 22-24, 2008.

31. Madaniyo Mutabazi Evaluation of a New Zebra Crossing in Trinidad. IRF Bulletin Special Edition: Road Safety. October 2007.

Research and Consultancy Reports
32. Mutabazi, M., Field Evaluation of the New Pedestrian Crossing in Trinidad. Final Research Report. Main Library. University of the West Indies, Trinidad. 81 pgs.

33. Traffic Improvement Study at UWI Gates Intersections. Report to the Works Department of UWI-St. Augustine, March 2003. 16 pgs.

34. Madaniyo Mutabazi and Eugene R. Russell. “Identification of Hump Highway/Rail Crossings in Kansas”. Final Report No.KSU-99-1. Kansas Department of Transportation. July 2001, pg. 71.

35. Mutabazi, M.I., Russell, E.R., and Stokes, R.W. “Review of the Effectiveness, Location, Design, and Safety of Passing Lanes in Kansas”. Final Report No.KSU-97-1. Kansas Department of Transportation. October 1999, pg. 198.

36. Russell, E.R. and Mutabazi, M.I., The Kansas Grade Crossing Consolidation Study. Final Report. Kansas Department of Transportation. July 1998, pg. 79.

3. CONSULTANCY ACTIVITIES.
(i) Appointed by Campus Principal to provide input to the campus master plan. June 2008.
(ii) Appointed by Campus Principal to serve in the committee for evaluating Foundation Technologies curriculum for Forms 4 to 5.
(iii) Appointed by Head of department of Civil and Environmental Engineering to coordinate examination results for 3rd year in the Department.
(iv) Served in the evaluation team for the Design and Enhancement of the North and south Gates and adjacent Fencing – UWI, St. Augustine.
(v) Served in UWI Traffic management Committee.
(vi) On behalf of Dean of Faculty of Engineering, reviewed technical content of proposed secondary education by the Ministry of Education—in the aspect of transportation technology.
4. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
• Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals.
• Professional Engineers of Ontario—EIT status.

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