University and other educational and scientific organizations studying transportation problems and issues.
Undertakes research into logistics and the supply chain. Services include consultancy and collaborating with private companies and public institutions.
Provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry. Features meetings, publications, job bank and membership information.
Focus: advanced vehicle technologies: alternative fuels, electric vehicles, advanced batteries, fuel cells, new materials, supercomputing applications, emission control, super-efficient combustion engines, maglev railroads, student design competitions, manufacturing technology, intelligent transportation systems, transporting hazardous materials.
At Ohio State University. Major educational efforts at C.A.R. include: a Masters level graduate program in automotive systems engineering, specialized automotive course sequences offered via video, fellowship and intern programs, undergraduate research scholarships and student vehicle competition projects.
Research and development on transportation energy and environmental issues, national transportation planning and policy, and transportation systems engineering.
North Carolina State University contact page on Transportation Engineering
Multi-modal scientific and practical transportation organization for traffic engineers, planners, and others involved with surface transport.
TRAIL offers programs for postgraduate Ph.D. students and performs scientific research in the fields of mobility, transport, logistics, traffic and infrastructure.
The Pennsylvania Transportation Institute is an interdisciplinary research unit at Penn State with focus on pavements, materials and construction; transportation operations; transportation structures; and vehicle systems and safety.
Aims to provide a forum for the exchange of technical information and views on highways and transport policy; to make roads safer for the travelling public; and to encourage training and development to meet today's requirements.
CMS provides innovative solutions to congestion problems and expands the workforce of transportation professionals by supporting educational curricula.
Broad areas of research include crash-data collection and traffic-safety analysis, bioengineering, human factors, mechanical engineering, psychology, economics, public policy, and marine systems.
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