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CATT 's Traffic Operations Academy Produces Experts With New Solutions

CATT 's Traffic Operations Academy Produces Experts With New Solutions


Once again, the Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (CATT) has been in the news for providing an exciting platform that deals with the growing traffic problems in the country. The CATT Center's revolutionary work was featured in an article on educationcrossing.com. The article, written by A. James Clark School of Engineering's Missy Corley, discusses how managing traffic flow is as vital as building roads.

CATT's new program, "Operations Academy," deals with the issues of traffic management. It also produces traffic experts who use operations perspectives and solutions while tackling traffic issues. Operations Academy just recently produced it's first graduating class.

Here is a link to the complete article.

October 9, 2007


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