The Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) was presented a 2017 Summit Partnership Award by members of the Irving Transportation Investment Summit, held August 15-16.
This was the second year TTI assisted with the long-running Irving transportation gathering to “highlight the growth in Texas’ infrastructure market, build partnerships, encourage transit-oriented development, and develop strategies for increasing investment in sectors such as transportation, economic development, smart technology, water and energy.”
Among the TTI speakers or moderators for this year’s summit were Allan Rutter, head of TTI’s Freight Mobility and Infrastructure Analysis Division, Ginger Goodin, senior research engineer and Christopher Poe, TTI’s assistant director for connected and automated transportation strategy.
“We are proud to be a partner in Irving’s Transportation Investment Summit and the city’s forward-thinking approach and leadership role in Texas transportation,” said TTI Agency Director Greg Winfree. Winfree attended the summit and accepted the award on TTI’s behalf.