TTI staff come from more than 50 different countries and are known for their credibility and technical expertise. Many are recognized national and international leaders in their fields. The Institute also plays a key role in educating the next generation of transportation professionals. Over 40 TTI researchers hold joint academic appointments at Texas A&M University. With expertise in areas such as engineering, planning, economics, policy, public engagement, landscape architecture, environmental sciences, computer science and the social sciences, TTI researchers serve as objective transportation experts. They provide a resource to local, state and national agencies and groups, helping them solve transportation challenges and make informed decisions.
The TTI headquarters building is located on the RELLIS Campus in Bryan, Texas. The Institute maintains numerous laboratories and research facilities on the university campus in both Bryan and College Station. TTI has eight urban offices in Texas and an office at The Texas A&M University System Washington, D.C., facility. Internationally, TTI has an office at the university’s Mexico City facility, which addresses transportation challenges in Latin America, and a presence in Doha, Qatar, at Texas A&M University at Qatar.
Researchers at TTI’s urban offices work with state, local and regional transportation agencies to develop solutions to local transportation issues, assist and foster cooperation among local agencies and organizations, and implement research results to improve the urban transportation environment in numerous areas.