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 […]
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The September 2020 issue of Traffic Technology International features Texas A&M Transportation Institute Agency Director Greg Winfree and Assistant Research Scientist Subasish Das. Das was interviewed for a story on using artificial intelligence to predict exactly where and when crashes will occur so that road authorities can prioritize funding for safety improvements in a targeted […]
In the March/April 2020 edition of Traffic Technology International, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Director Greg Winfree outlines the rise of COVID-19 in the world and the impact our global transportation system plays in the spread of the virus. “Transportation tech infrastructure and policy can help prevent–rather than promote–the spread of the disease,” notes Winfree in […]
In the latest edition of Traffic Technology International, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Director Greg Winfree explains why protecting the 5.9 GHz band in the United States is so important. The editorial, 5.9 GHz spectrum is critical for safe roads and should be protected, focuses on the importance of preserving the 5.9 GHz DSRC band for […]
Texas A&M Transportation Institute Executive Director Greg Winfree is a new columnist in the magazine, Traffic Technology International. His first column, “Connected mobility must benefit rural roads, too,” was published in the November/December issue. Winfree’s column is named “The Mode Warrior.” The column may be viewed at either of the following links. View a PDF […]
In the latest edition of Traffic Technology International, TTI Agency Director Greg Winfree shares his thoughts on planning for a connected future, spectrum sharing for those connected technologies and the next generation of traffic management systems. Winfree’s feature may be accessed via Traffic Technology International’s online magazine, or view the PDF.
Texas A&M Transportation Institute Research Engineer Paul Carlson was recently featured in the January issue of Traffic Technology International. The article is related to senior drivers and has a section on visibility, which Carlson is noted throughout the country for his research. Carlson is the division head for the Operations and Design Division and also leads TTI’s Visibility […]