Webinar Recording: Development of an Effective Truck Route Signage Program for the City of Tampa

June 6, 2019, 12:00PM (ET) Development of an Effective Truck Route Signage Program for the City of Tampa The City of Tampa, Florida, contains numerous major freight generators and destinations, including two seaports, a rail intermodal yard, the cargo-capable Tampa International Airport, and a wide variety of logistics activity centers. Effective and efficient transportation of…

2019 Florida Commuter Transportation Summit

The 2019 Florida Commuter Transportation Summit The 2019 Florida Commuter Transportation Summit, sponsored by the Florida Department of Transportation, and hosted by the Center for Urban Transportation Research, was held on May 29 – May 31, 2019 in Sarasota, Florida. The Summit is an annual event that includes innovative presentations on Transportation Demand Management topics…

FDOT Florida Transportation Plan Visioning Session

On May 7, 2019, CUTR/USF students Christopher Moorman, Nicole Tremblay, Dayna Lazarus, and Sean Martin participated in the FDOT Florida Transportation Plan Visioning Session with support from Planning and Corridor Management Program Director, Kristine Williams, AICP, and Research Associate, Tia Boyd. Students participated in a poster session on trends and disruptors impacting long-range transportation planning…

Sustainable Transportation Course Presents to Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee

Led by CUTR Director Dr. Robert L. Bertini and CUTR Faculty Jason Jackman, Runan Wang, Lori Palaio and Wyatt Burttschell from the Sustainable Transportation course presented their work to the Hillsborough County Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee this week. Congratulations, students! To learn more about the course and view the students’ final presentations, please visit: Sustainable Transportation Course

Webinar Recording: Transit Stigma & Social Equity: What Transportation Administrators Say They Are Doing About It

May 16, 2019, 12:00PM (ET) Transit Stigma & Social Equity: What Transportation Administrators Say They Are Doing About It Services provided by public transportation agencies in the United States are crucial for personal mobility, maintaining and improving one’s quality of life, and participation in the broader society. Societal goods like education, healthcare, employment, and cultural…