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May 13, 2014

33 University Transportation Centers receive $62M

Work with regional, state, and local transportation agencies to help find solutions to challenges that directly impact their communities.


October 7, 2013

33 University Transportation Centers receive $63M

Conduct research that directly supports the priorities of the U.S. Department of Transportation to promote the safe, efficient and environmentally sound movement of goods and people.


January 17, 2012

U.S. DOT releases $77M in research, education grants

Will fund 22 University Transportation Centers to advance research and education programs that address critical transportation challenges.


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.


January 26, 2010

RITA doles out $2M to 4 universities

University Transportation Centers maintain vital partnerships with regional, state and local transportation and transit agencies, to help find solutions to challenges impacting their communities.


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