Tracking Freight Traffic Trends at the U.S.-Mexico Border

Since 2009, TTI’s Center for International Intelligent Transportation Research (CIITR) has studied freight activities of U.S.-Mexico POEs in Texas, California, Arizona, and New Mexico. Using data from the Trans-Border Surface Freight Database of the U.S. Bureau of Transportation, CIITR researchers have identified trends and quantified variations in freight movement across the border. (Read the Featured Project Page)

Assessment of Multiple Layers of Security Screening of Trucks by Customs Border Protection in El Paso, Texas

Researchers with TTI’s Center for International Intelligent Transportation Research and the Coalición Empresarial Pro Libre Comercio have identified reasons why companies sometimes choose not to join trusted shipper programs. Generally speaking, recommendations for increasing membership involve program champions. Learn more in the project factsheet.

Teens in the Driver Seat

The El Paso region is at the forefront of stopping the number-one killer of teens in America—car crashes. In October 2006, TTI launched its highly successful Teens in the Driver Seat® (TDS) peer-to-peer driver safety outreach program in El Paso high schools. Approximately 15 high schools in the El Paso area are in varying stages of TDS program deployment. [Read more...]