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February 21, 2012

RITA launches U.S. DOT research website

The database acts as a central location for information on projects funded by U.S. DOT's operating administrations, providing access to its research portfolio at the project level.


April 6, 2011

U.S. DOT issues ITS video challenge

The new national competition will showcase innovative ways that local communities use smart transportation technology to improve safety, mobility and the environment. Submissions are being sought through June 30 from state and local governments, transit agencies, private firms and students.


September 27, 2010

U.S. DOT grants $9.2M to improve transportation safety, sustainability

The awards to seven University Transportation Centers were made by the DOT’s Research and Innovative Technology Administration. Recipients are using new technologies and developing innovative approaches to improve transportation systems throughout the U.S.


August 25, 2010

S.C. transportation resource center opens

Will now provide accessible customer-based travel information and trip planning services to a 4,000 square mile rural region with a population of 300,000 people.


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