Working on new approaches to solving traditional transportation problems.
Researchers at TTI continue to be at the forefront of using data collected from Bluetooth® devices, cell phones, GPS, web surveys and virtual open houses to engage the public and other stakeholders. The information collected includes trip purposes, origins and destinations; travel times and speeds; and needed improvements. This input helps determine a desirable combination of multimodal transportation projects.
- Helping Agencies Manage Infrastructure Renewal: TTI’s Asset Management Group
- Transportation Leaders Explore Congestion, Funding, Alternative Modes at Policy Symposium
- TTI Researchers Find Innovative Ways to Use Rural Transit to Move People and Goods
- Papal Visit Provides Vital Data for El Paso’s Transportation Planners
- A Look into Tomorrow: What-If Scenarios and Planning the Future of Transportation
- Improved Data Collection for Improved Mobility
- Transportation Research Challenges
- Old Modes, New Data: TTI’s Work in Bike and Pedestrian Research
- Assessing Customer Satisfaction
- Valuing Research