TRANSPORTATION TODAY IS IN TRANSITION. Congestion is clogging our roadways, particularly in urban areas, wasting fuel, polluting air, and negatively impacting the quality of life for everyday commuters. Expanding economies are demanding more responsiveness from our transportation system to optimize shipping and squeeze every ounce of efficiency out of the bottom line. Yet many of our roadways, bridges and other structures are in dire need of repair.
This issue of the Texas Transportation Researcher looks at how Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) researchers continue to solve problems plaguing our existing system while also planning how best to transition from the old to the new.
Volume 52, Number 2 (2016)
Inside This Issue:
- Transportation Research: An Economic Necessity in a Time of Change
- TTI’s Toyota Project Aims to Proactively Detect Driver Stress, Vehicle Errors
- The Future of Freight: Troubleshooting Texas’ Shipping Strategies and Technologies
- Trending Upward: Recent Cross-Border Freight Traffic Might Spell Good News for U.S. Economy
- The Many Modes of Transportation Economics
- TTI and Texas A&M Organize, Lead Transportation Technology Conference
- Teens in the Driver Seat® Hosts Annual Summit to Celebrate, Educate Student Advocates of Teen Driving Safety
- The Infrastructure Magnet: How Essential Is Transportation to Pulling In and Retaining Businesses?
- TTI Advisory Council
- TTI News
- TTI Publications