Department faculty, staff, and students were highly active at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting.
MTI experts shine a light on how travelers move between and within metropolitan areas.
UMD transportation engineers develop incenTrip to nudge users toward greener, more efficient travel decisions.
Led by CATT Lab, the project could shape how agencies operate and design the transportation network.
MTI examined the technical, economic, and regulatory feasibility of a center in Western Maryland.
incenTrip uses predictive modeling and real-time information to reduce congestion and energy use.
The database will help state and local governments know when and how to best engage in P3s.
The Maryland Transportation Institute will coordiate more than $20 million in annual research expenditures.
The disruptive technology optimizes energy efficiency, mitigates congestion, and reduces emissions.
UMD Energy Innovation Technologies dominate
The sophmore has jumped feet first into Clark School opportunities since transferring this semester.
Faculty, staff, and students gave more than 50 presentations during the four-day event.
The multidisciplinary institute will leverage expertise from 10 UMD colleges and schools.
Participants included researchers from 10 colleges and 15 research centers.
The project could help officials save taxpayer money while maximizing economic benefits of transportation infrastructure projects
Faculty, staff, and student involvment exemplified the theme "Transportation Innovation: Leading the Way in an Era of Rapid Change."
A look back at a successful year of research, outreach and education
The Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation discussed U.D. DOE's SMART-Mobility initiative.
CEE researchers use cutting-edge technology to collect travel behavior data.
First safety surge poses minimal effects on area traffic, measurable crowding on Metrorail
UMD experts are using transportation modeling and simulation technologies to help commuters make informed decisions.
The National Transportation Center at Maryland hosts nearly 200 transportation experts for innovation and policy summit.
CEE Associate Professor and NTC@Maryland Director recognized for influential scientific and scholarly work.
Areas include visualization, resilience, high-speed rail, and green vehicles.
NTC@Maryland explores how the nation's first long-term transportation bill in a decade will impact transportation research education.
NTC@Maryland to develop technology to deliver personalized, real-time travel information to users and incentivize energy-efficient travel.
Transportation Engineering student receives prestigious fellowship for 2015-2016.
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NTC@Maryland addresses impact of congestion on economy, freight transport.
NTC@Maryland and NCSG presented to 16 visitors from MNCPPC
First-ever event draws dozens from government, industry, academe and media.
NTC@Maryland funded graduate student wins award
NTC@Maryland Director, Dr. Lei Zhang and Deputy Director, Mark Franz, were invited to join the event.
The only candidate from the U.S. for the 2014 APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE Prize)
NTC@Maryland Hosted the International Innovation in Travel Demand Modeling Conference in Baltimore, MD
NTC@Maryland is one of the five national transportation centers that were selected in a 2013 nationwide competition
Nasri, Lu, Maness and Guzman selected as "Tomorrow’s Great Engineering Teachers"
Civil Engineering Professor Lei Zhang will serve as director of the new center.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering holds symposium on tri-state region disaster response.
The CAREER Award is the NSF's most prestigious award in support of junior faculty
This award recognizes excellence in transportation research by a researcher 35 years of age or younger
Dr. Zhang is the lead author of the paper