TTI Associate Agency Director Bill Eisele was recently featured in a CNBC news video on Feb. 6 about traffic and congestion. According to Eisele, “Just like congestion doesn’t have a single cause, there isn’t a single solution. And for the most part, we recommend more of everything in growing regions, especially where there’s high population […]
You Don’t Have To Be In a Wreck To Be a Traffic Casualty
By Joe Zietsman, Haneen Khreis, and Tara Ramani If recent trends continue, more than 6 million roadway crashes will happen this year in the U.S. Even if your safe driving habits and good luck help you to avoid being in one of them, what happens on our streets and highways is, nonetheless, almost certain to […]
Traffic Safety Conference Ignites Passions, Examines New Ways to Save Lives
During the 2015 Traffic Safety Conference, the Texas Division Administrator for the Federal Highway Administration revealed that his passion for pedestrian safety stems from the death of his sister in 1990. Al Alonzi was a speaker during the opening session of the 7th annual conference, sponsored and hosted by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) […]
TTI’s AWAM Getting Deployed Worldwide
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s (TTI’s) invention known as AWAM — which stands for Anonymous Wireless Address Matching— is a perfect example of the old saying “success is the intersection of hard work and luck.” Though AWAM might never become a household word, for those in the transportation business, it’s quickly becoming the next breakthrough […]
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