National Center for Transit Research (NCTR) Seeks Graduate Students to Become USF-NCTR Graduate Research Assistants

In conjunction with the University of South Florida (USF) Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the National Center for Transit Research (NCTR) is seeking candidates for several graduate assistant positions. Selected applicants will pursue a master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. This 16-month program of coursework and experiential learning assignments will produce a master’s…

Florida’s Natural Gas Fuel Fleet Vehicle Rebate – Public Agency Eligibility and Application Process

February 12, 12:00PM (ET) Florida’s Natural Gas Fuel Fleet Vehicle Rebate – Public Agency Eligibility and Application Process This webinar is hosted by the  Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition at the USF Patel College of Global Sustainability. Florida enacted a new rebate program for vehicles purchased or leased that run on, or were converted to…

CUTR Researcher Featured Speaker at USDOT’s Transportation Innovation Series

CUTR’s Dr. Sean J. Barbeau will present, “Enabling Better Mobility Through Innovations for Mobile Devices” on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 1 PM EST as the featured speaker in USDOT’s Transportation Innovation Series – hosted by  OST Office of Research and Technology (OST-R). View recording via YouTube: http://youtu.be/aXFwVh-gDBc Overview: Mobile phones are quickly reshaping our world. As of November…

The Role of Florida Transit Agencies in Providing Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Improvements

The street environment needs safety improvements for pedestrians and bicyclists, including in the vicinity of bus stop locations.  While public transit agencies are only required to provide facilities in compliance with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act within transit property, bus stop facilities also must connect to the adjacent street and sidewalk. Recent guidance from…