In the December 2020 edition of Traffic Technology International, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Director Greg Winfree outlines the transportation research challenges we face in a post-COVID world. Winfree’s Mode Warrior editorial invites the public to review and comment upon a white paper he and TTI Assistant Director Joe Zietsman authored that “outlines nine factors to […]
For Post-COVID Transportation, We Really Can’t Settle for “Normal”
By Gregory Winfree and Joe Zietsman, Texas A&M Transportation Institute No sooner did America begin to crave a return to normal than did many of us start thinking that maybe normal wasn’t the best we could do. And that is certainly true when it comes to the issue of how best to move people and […]
TTI Travels to Africa for a Transportation Improvement Expedition
A week-long visit to Namibia by the leaders of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) in October continued a longtime working relationship with that country but lays the groundwork for relationships with numerous other African countries. Agency Director Greg Winfree, Assistant Director Joe Zietsman and Associate Research Engineer Tara Ramani met with the country’s Roads […]
TTI Receives Green Business Award
Following a nomination from an individual in the Bryan-College Station community, the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) received the Green Business Award from the Keep Brazos Beautiful (KBB) organization during its annual awards luncheon May 17. The Green Business Award “is given to a local business that incorporates green practices, consciously conserves resources or demonstrates […]
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