This summer, Bridgewater State University (BSU) has become a “LivingLab” with the BSU GeoGraphics Lab using campus parking lots to research Small Unmanned Aircraft System Remote Sensing Platforms for transportation.
With the ever increasing demand to add roadway capacity in a safe and efficient manner, the application of intersection short lanes has increased in recent years.
The UMass Transportation Center (UMTC), responsible for promoting transportation research, education, and training throughout the Commonwealth, is pleased to announce the opening of a new office location in the UMass Center at Springfield.Read More >
This research evaluated the performance of experimental hot mix asphalt (HMA) mixtures used in 12 different road pavement projects around Massachusetts.Read More >
UMTC Research Affiliate Professor Erin Baker, working with graduate student Seyedeh Nazanin Khatami, has conducted research to develop a new GHG-reduction cost-effectiveness metric and investigate the theoretical and practical implications of this method to rank transportation projects and other projects.Read More >
Just a year after the UMass Unmanned Aerial System Research and Education Collaborative (also known as UMassAir) received $25,000, the Presidentís Science and Technology (S&T) Fund more than quadrupled their grant award.Read More >
Xavier Kinlaw and Kevin Asante of Worcester and Francis Dingman of South Hadley recently completed their CDL-B training at the New England Tractor Trailer Training School and passed their CDL-B exam.Read More >
View current research being conducted on At-Grade Rail Crossing Safety by PhD Candidate, Radhameris Gomez.
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