Infrastructure Investment Analysis Program

The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s (TTI) Infrastructure Investment Analysis Program has extensive expertise in transportation economics and finance research. TTI works closely with public agencies and private sector companies around the world to evaluate the economic benefits and costs of the transportation network, as well as to answer critical financial questions.

Whether a research project involves developing a unique financial modeling tool capable of projecting combinations of present and proposed revenues, or calculating economic costs resulting from construction project delays, experts at TTI have a proven capability of meeting sponsor requirements.

The latest version of the TRENDS model is now available online.

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Estimate of Additional New Construction and Associated Maintenance Needed per Year Between Now and 2030: Two Scenarios

On June 24, 2014, Dr. David Ellis, TTI Research Scientist and Manager of the TTI Infrastructure Investment Analysis Program, presented before the Senate Select Committee on Transportation Funding, Expenditures and Finance two funding scenarios for Texas infrastructure and mobility needs as well as an assessment of additional new construction and maintenance needs from today through 2030. Click … Read More

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