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  • Congratulations to CUTR's Safe Routes to School Coordinator Lucy Gonzalez-Barr - the Florida Bicycle Association's Educator of the Year!

  • Congratulations to the 2018 Georgia Brosch Memorial Transportation Scholarships Award Winners: MD (Mokaddesul) Hoque, Dayna Lazarus and Tyler Roessler.

  • Congratulations to CUTR's Kristine Williams who was recognized with Emeritus Member status by the Standing Committee on Access Management of the Transportation Research Board at TRB 2019.

  • CUTR at the TRB 2019

    CUTR was excited to participate at the TRB 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

  • Congratulations to Nicole Tremblay - NCTR 2018 Student of the Year!

  • 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.

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

  • Best Workplaces for Commuters

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

Welcome to CUTR

The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR), established in 1988, is a nationally recognized resource for policymakers, transportation professionals, the education system, and the public.

National Institute for Congestion Reduction (NICR)

Florida LTAP Center

The Federal Highway Administration established LTAP (Local Technical Assistance Program) in the 1980s to help local agencies increase the quality and safety of their surface transportation system. Technology transfer centers in the US, many housed at universities, develop their own procedures for transferring information to effectively address the needs of the localities they serve. Funding for each center is awarded through …continued

Featured Researchers

Senior Researcher Julie Bond and Erin Scheffels’ paper “Framing the Bicyclist: A Qualitative Study of Media Discourse about Fatal Bicycle Crashes” is now available for download or view the webcast.

Summer 2019 Transportation Course Offerings Released

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