System Reliability

A researcher at TransLink® studies traffic flow.

A researcher at TransLink® studies traffic flow.

Description

The System Reliability Division, as part of the Transportation Operations Group at TTI, conducts a wide variety of activities in the advanced areas of transportation engineering.

The core research areas for the division are corridor management, applications integration, technology development, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), system monitoring, and interoperability testing and assessment.

This division consists of:

In addition, the System Reliability Division maintains a website dedicated to the study of managed lanes, one if its principal research areas.

Featured Research

Managed lanes research shows broad reach

The managed lanes strategies that maximize existing roadway use and help minimize the need for new construction were first deployed in just four places — two in Texas and two in California. A look at the list today reveals 39 projects nationwide that already exist, are under construction or are in development.

More than 816 miles of roads — and millions of commuters — are either already benefiting or soon will benefit from managed lanes research at TTI under the leadership of Senior Research Engineer Beverly Kuhn and Research Engineer Ginger Goodin. Read More

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