TTI researchers offer testimony on options for financing of transportation infrastructure

Texas Legislators recently heard testimony from four TTI researchers who responded to committee questions regarding potential funding mechanisms for transportation in the state. The testimony was requested by the House Select Committee on Transportation Funding, Expenditures, and Finance. Ginger Goodin, director of the Transportation Policy Research Center (PRC), addressed the topic of a Vehicle Miles […] Read More…

Goodin helps lead policy discussion at TRB automated vehicles symposium

Ginger Goodin, director of TTI’s Transportation Policy Research Center (PRC), recently joined other national automated-transportation experts for the 2014 Automated Vehicles Symposium in San Francisco. The Transportation Research Board and the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International sponsored the event. The symposium focused on the challenges and opportunities presented by automated vehicles and the roadway […] Read More…

Examining New Approaches to Transportation Management in Texas

Congestion continues to increase in Texas and the United States, leading to longer delays, higher fuel consumption and related crashes. Adding capacity to existing systems isn’t easy, so transportation agencies are relying on operations and maintenance strategies like active traffic management (ATM), a common strategy in Europe, to help manage congestion. In recent years, ATM […] Read More…

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