The Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) joins in celebrating the centennial of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) of the National Academies in 2020. TTI contributes to TRB’s mission — to promote innovation and progress through research — in numerous ways. TTI researchers volunteer their services on TRB standing committees, conduct projects sponsored by the various cooperative research programs, provide their expertise on consensus study panels, and present state-of-the-art research findings through peer-reviewed technical papers and presentations at TRB’s annual meeting and special conferences. TTI researchers serve in leadership roles within TRB, helping promote creative and collaborative problem solving, innovative approaches to transferring research results into practice, inclusiveness and diversity, and encouraging the next generation of transportation professionals.
TTI Volunteers Supporting TRB
TRB Awards Earned by TTI
Celebrating the TRB Centennial – Texas Style
TTI is hosting a celebration March 31 highlighting the participation and accomplishments of individuals and groups in Texas (universities, public agencies, consultants, industries and other organizations) to TRB over the past 100 years. The goals of the event are to:
- promote the value of transportation research;
- highlight 100 years of contributions to TRB products and services that make the transportation system better for all users;
- recognize, honor and celebrate the TRB community in Texas; and
- build support for continuing the successful Texas–TRB collaboration for the next 100 years.
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