Smerk, George M.
SMERK, George M.
SMERK, George M. American, b. 1933. Genres: Transportation, Urban studies. Career: Professor of Transportation, School of Business, 1969-, Director of Institute for Urban Transportation, 1969-, and Director of Transportation, 1992-, Indiana University, Bloomington (Teaching Associate, 1960-63; Associate Professor, 1966-69). Columnist, Bus Ride mag., and Railfan and Railroad Magazine, 1982-; Editor, Railroads Past and Present, 1997-. Assistant Professor of Transportation, University of Maryland, College Park, 1963-66. Writer, Newsline newsletter, Transportation Research Board, 1976-99; Associate Editor, Transit Connections, 1993-95. Publications: Urban Transportation: The Federal Role, 1965; (co-author) Mass Transit Management: A Handbook for Small Cities, 1971, 3rd ed., 1988; (with W.R. Black) Mass Transit Technical Study for Bloomington, Indiana, 1971; Urban Mass Transportation: A Dozen Years of Federal Policy, 1974; The Federal Role in Urban Mass Transportation, 1991. EDITOR: Readings in Urban Transportation, 1968; Transportation Horizons, 1970; Essays on Transportation Problems of the 1970s, 1970; series of railroad books for Indiana University Press, 1997-. Address: School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405, U.S.A.