Welcome to the UMass Transportation Center
The University of Massachusetts Transportation Center is responsible for promoting transportation research, education, and training throughout the Commonwealth.
The Theme of the Center
Improving Transportation Mobility and Safety with Innovative Technologies and Strategies
About the Center
The Center's operations are supported by University funds and through contracts with state and federal agencies as well as with industry partnerships. Historically, the majority of the Center's activities have involved faculty and staff on the Amherst Campus, although more recently faculty and staff from other university and state college campuses have become involved. The current focus of the Center's research, education, and training efforts encompasses the following major programs: the UMTC/Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) Cooperative Transportation Research Program; the Regional Traveler Information Center (RTIC); Baystate Roads (Local Technical Assistance Program); the UMTC - Transportation Training Institute (UMTC-TTI); the Massachusetts Technical Assistance Program (MTAP); the UMass Traffic Research Safety Program (UMassSafe); and, the USDOT University Transportation Center Initiative.
Last update: October 23, 2015

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