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.
- Health in Transportation Corridor Planning Framework
- Two Decades of Super 2 Research and Implementation for TxDOT Continues to Produce Benefits
- TTI Research Supports El Paso County’s Efforts to Coordinate, Enhance Regional Transit Service
- Why Maintaining a Lone Desert Highway Matters to Us All
- Geiselbrecht Receives New Public Participation Certification
- Kuhn Receives ITE’s Matson Award
- Slower Doesn’t Always Mean Safer — NCHRP Guide Helps Planners Mitigate Work Zone Crashes
- TTI’s Center for Ports and Waterways Helps Sponsors Navigate Economic Opportunity
- Better Estimates, Smarter Development: Caltrans Adopts TTI’s New Smart-Growth Trip-Generation Tool
- Building on a Foundation of Shared Trust, Vision: TTI and Texas A&M’s Zachry Department of Civil Engineering Look Toward the Future