RESEARCH, EDUCATION, and TECH TRANSFERLTI HOME
- Universities Collaborate on Regional ProjectsMAUTC, a six-university consortium led by The Pennsylvania State University, seeks to attract talented researchers and students to the study of transportation, and to engage them in new approaches to the transportation issues of today and tomorrow. The consortium includes Morgan State University, University of Maryland, University of Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and West Virginia University.
- 2012 Transportation Engineering and Safety Conference
- Penn State Student Named MAUTC Student of the Year
- Traffic Signal Control Enhancements
MAUTC is one of the ten original centers in the University Transportation Centers
Program, established by the U.S. Department of Transportation in 1987 to promote
efficient movement of people and goods in all regions of the nation. There are now
33 centers. MAUTC operates on an annual grant from the Federal Highway Administration
and the Federal Transit Administration that is matched with money from state, local,
university, and private sources. The University Transportation Centers Program is
administered through the U.S. Department of Transportation's
Research and Innovative Technology Administration.
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