Texas A&M University students have been involved in the research process at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) since the Institute’s founding in 1950. Currently, TTI employs 216 students — 75 of which are graduate research assistants. TTI’s Materials and Pavements Division alone employs 61 graduate and undergraduate assistant researchers. As they were 67 years […]
TTI Provides Guidelines for Ports Seeking TRZ Financing IN 2007, THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE ENABLED A NEW FINANCING MECHANISM, the transportation reinvestment zone (TRZ), to encourage local infrastructure development. TRZs have proven very successful over the last decade for highway development. TRZs designate an impact area around a needed improvement project. A municipality or county can […]
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) and the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) are partnering under a contract with Texas A&M University to develop a smarter campus transportation ecosystem. Texas A&M University President Michael K. Young created the Campus Transportation Technology Initiative (CTTI) to bring private-sector transportation innovation into the real-world environment of a […]
For more than 20 years, researchers at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) have educated future generations about transportation engineering. These programs range from K-12 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) activities to the basics of how TTI researchers conduct their studies. This summer, TTI welcomed students from the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum […]
An entire session of the annual Traffic Safety Conference was dedicated to motorcycle safety this year in addition to related remarks made during the conference’s opening session.
The partnership between TTI and Texas A&M’s Zachry Department of Civil Engineering is a natural — researchers, faculty and students working together to solve real-world problems important to the state and nation.
The TTI/LAUP partnership enables a multidisciplinary approach to solving multifaceted problems.
TTI has made a tradition out of seeking promising young professionals to join the research ranks, ensuring a strong future for the Institute.
One of the most robust relationships TTI enjoys with Texas A&M is through its partnership with the Dept. of Agricultural Economics. There is an obvious transportation connection but they are more closely tied than that.
Alcohol related statistics are staggering and have led Maury Dennis, with the Center for Alcohol and Drug Education Studies, to dedicate his career to educating the public about problems caused by alcohol and drug abuse.
Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, looks much like urban areas in the United States. And like the United States, traffic safety is a problem. In November, Jeff Shelton, Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) assistant research scientist, traveled to Abu Dhabi to present a certified training course on road safety audits to area […]