TTI Agency Director Greg Winfree was featured in the Friday, March 17 issue of Texas Government Insider online newsletter. In the interview, Winfree discusses his philosophy about work, beginning a new career and a few of his personal interests. Read the Greg Winfree interview from Texas Government Insider newsletter (Article appears about halfway down the … Read More
TTI Senior Research Engineer Kay Fitzpatrick was recently featured in the November-December 2016 Edition of TR News. The TR News is TRB’s bimonthly magazine, which features timely articles on innovative and state-of-the-art research and practice in all modes of transportation. Fitzpatrick is the current Chair of the Operational Effects of Geometric Design Committee and an … Read More
The 2017 Traffic Safety Conference will focus on actions we can take to implement the strategies and countermeasures of the revised Texas Strategic Highway Safety Plan. Seven traffic safety issues have been identified for emphasis in the new plan.
The Texas A&M Transportation Insitute (TTI) was well represented at this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Conference in Austin, TX. SXSW Interactive focuses on emerging technology, a focus which has earned the festival a reputation as a breeding ground for new ideas and creative technologies. TTI Agency Director Greg Winfree participated in the fourth-annual … Read More
Researchers with the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) played major roles in this year’s American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) Annual Convention and Traffic Expo, held in Phoenix, Arizona, Feb. 10-14. ATSSA’s 47th Annual Convention attracted more than 3,000 participants from the roadway safety industry, and a record number of vendors displayed their products. Among … Read More
Members of the Texas Senate Transportation Committee concentrated their attention Mar. 8 on the problem of right-angle crashes at signalized intersections, and heard TTI testimony on options available to address the issue.
Registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Texas A&M Transportation Technology Conference on May 4-5 at the Stella Hotel in Bryan, TX. This event is specifically designed for senior executives, research managers, and technology leads of private companies and public agencies engaged in innovating, testing and deploying advanced transportation technologies. Texas A&M University is … Read More
Civil engineering graduate students were able to witness the latest in pavement recycling technology at the RELLIS Campus Feb. 23–24 as TTI demonstrated “next generation” equipment. Students with the Civil Materials Student Organization (CMSO) at Texas A&M University were also able to interact with personnel who supervise and construct rehabilitated pavements. The mission of CMSO … Read More
Members of The Texas House Committee on Transportation on March 2 heard invited testimony on the Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s (TTI’s) background and current research priorities.
A new University Transportation Center (UTC) will combine experts from two disciplines traditionally not known for research collaboration—transportation and public health. The Center for Advancing Research in Transportation Emissions, Energy and Health (CAR-TEEH) will focus on the impact of transportation emissions on human health. The Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) leads the CAR-TEEH consortium consisting … Read More