Gang-Len Chang and his research team are testing a way to reduce sudden braking.
Department faculty, staff, and students were highly active at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting.
Yao Cheng's research will reduce traffic congestion and public bus delays.
The program offers unique professional development experiences designed to make participants more competitive on the faculty job market
Faculty, staff, and students gave more than 50 presentations during the four-day event.
Faculty, staff, and student involvment exemplified the theme "Transportation Innovation: Leading the Way in an Era of Rapid Change."
Areas include visualization, resilience, high-speed rail, and green vehicles.
Lab offered Phase-III contract to continue ATTAP program and technical support to the Office of Traffic and Safety.
Professor Gang-Len Chang to discuss topics in urban congestion.
First-ever event draws dozens from government, industry, academe and media.
Nasri, Lu, Maness and Guzman selected as "Tomorrow’s Great Engineering Teachers"
Professor Gang-Len Chang will deliver keynote speech at the 10th International Conference of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies.
The goal is to design and operate an Advanced Incident Response System for Eastern Shore region
Various educational institutions invite Dr. G. L. Chang as distinguished speaker.
Dr. Gang-Len Chang’s ATTAP program extended and awarded by MSHA.
The research team will collect both field data and driver responses during the one-month demonstration period for effectiveness evaluation.
For emergency authorities, real-time data could give an accurate picture during hurricane evacuations from Ocean City and the Lower Shore.
Dr. Chang and the Traffic Safety and Operations lab featured in the interview about traffic congestion
The goal is to explore the potential for deploying a real-time traffic management and travel time prediction system.
Dr. Chang's comments appeared on The Capital newspaper in Annapolis, MD