Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) Senior Research Engineer Robert Wunderlich shared road safety insights with state lawmakers on February 26 during a meeting of Texas’ Senate Transportation Committee. The panel heard Wunderlich’s testimony in the course of pursuing its goal to study crash causes and make recommendations to improve roadway safety. “Texas traffic crashes are […]
On May 21, 2019, Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) Agency Director Greg Winfree provided testimony during a House Committee on Science, Space and Technology Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee hearing on “The Need for Resilience: Preparing America’s Transportation Infrastructure for Climate Change.” Watch the hearing online (YouTube link) Read Greg Winfree oral testimony (PDF) During his […]
Members of the Texas Senate Transportation Committee concentrated their attention Mar. 8 on the problem of right-angle crashes at signalized intersections, and heard TTI testimony on options available to address the issue.
Members of The Texas House Committee on Transportation on March 2 heard invited testimony on the Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s (TTI’s) background and current research priorities.
Members of the Texas House Transportation Committee on December 7 heard updates on research related to two of the Committee’s priority interest areas. Ginger Goodin, Director of TTI’s Transportation Policy Research Center, briefed members on the topic of autonomous vehicles in the context of policy and regulation. Robert Wunderlich, Director of TTI’s Center for Transportation […]