Video Summary Reports Video summary reports are available on the Texas Department of Transportation’s Research and Technology Implementation Office’s YouTube channel at youtube.com/bestpracticesvsrs/. Development of Very Thin Overlay Systems, 0-5598. Evaluation of Modern Traffic Control Devices to Improve Safety at Rural Intersections, 0-6462. FDR (Full-Depth-Reclamation) Performance Based Design, Construction, and Quality Control, 0-6271. Performance Evaluation […]
Volume 48, Number 2
Dr. M. Katherine Banks, vice chancellor for engineering at The Texas A&M University System, director of the Texas Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), and dean of the Dwight Look College of Engineering, made her first official visit to TTI on March 22. She was accompanied by Dr. Dennis O’Neal, associate dean for research and deputy director […]
Updated Geometric Design Research Report Released The Transportation Research Board recently published NCHRP Synthesis 432: Recent Roadway Geometric Design Research for Improved Safety and Operations for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program. The report, written by TTI Associate Research Engineer Marcus Brewer, reviews and summarizes roadway geometric design literature completed and published from 2001 through […]
The partnership between TTI and Texas A&M’s Zachry Department of Civil Engineering is a natural — researchers, faculty and students working together to solve real-world problems important to the state and nation.
SWUTC is poised to continue its legacy by renewing its grant and adding two schools to its consortium.
The TTI/LAUP partnership enables a multidisciplinary approach to solving multifaceted problems.
TTI has made a tradition out of seeking promising young professionals to join the research ranks, ensuring a strong future for the Institute.
Transportation is inextricably tied to public policy and politics. It’s only natural then that the George Bush School of Government and Public Service and TTI would become partners soon after the school’s opening.
One of the most robust relationships TTI enjoys with Texas A&M is through its partnership with the Dept. of Agricultural Economics. There is an obvious transportation connection but they are more closely tied than that.
When I became director of the Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) in 2006, I inherited a number of initiatives from our Director Emeritus Herb Richardson. Herb built on the accomplishments of previous directors and left TTI in excellent shape, especially in terms of our relationships with the academic sector. Before becoming agency director, Herb served as […]