• CUTR at the TRB 2017 Annual Meeting

    CUTR is excited to participate at the TRB 2017 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

  • USF welcomes new CUTR Director Robert L. Bertini, Ph.D., P.E.

  • CUTR is located on the USF-Tampa Campus.

  • CUTR is located in Tampa on Florida's spectacular west coast.

  • The Transit Safety Standards Working Group has been formed to provide input and inform CUTR’s FTA research team in the identification of recommended transit safety standards for FTA’s consideration.

  • We are very grateful for the dedicated service and valuable guidance provided by the CUTR Advisory Board.

  • USF wins the Florida ITE Traffic Bowl 2016! Congratulations to Jorge Guerra, Ibrahim Hinds, Trang Luong, Rupender Dahiya, and CUTR's faculty advisor Seckin Ozkul.

  • Cover image of CUTR 2016 Annual Report

    Read about CUTR’s problem solving research, workforce development, and outreach efforts in a beautiful, magazine-like reader that is viewable on any device or download as a pdf.

  • CUTR is home to the National Center for Transit Research.

  • National Center for Transit Research

    CUTR includes 38 full-time research faculty and nearly 60 students.

  • Best Workplaces for Commuters

    Best Workplaces for Commuters (BWC) is managed by the National Center for Transit Research.

  • Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition Celebrates National Designation.

  • CUTR assists FDOT in promoting pedestrian and bicycle safety at the 2016 Daytona International Speedway Promotion.

  • CUTR hosted the 3rd annual USF Bulls Walk & Bike Week.

Dynamic Transportation Leader Joins CUTR

After an extensive, two-year search, Dr. Robert H. Bishop, Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of South Florida, announces the appointment of Robert L. Bertini, Ph.D., P.E., as Director of the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) and tenured professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Read more

CUTR Annual Transportation Achievement Award – 2017

    2017 CUTR Annual Achievement Award information coming soon. Read more

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Welcome to CUTR

The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR), established in 1988, has become recognized nationally and serves as an important resource for policymakers, transportation professionals, the education system, and the public.

CUTR leadership, in collaboration with the CUTR Advisory Board, has developed a Strategic Plan which will be used to guide CUTR in the years to come.

CUTR is the home of the National Center for Transit Research, a federal Tier 1 university transportation center funded by US Department of Transportation and Florida Department of Transportation.

Learn more about CUTR's accomplishments in the 2016 CUTR Annual Report.
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