Stephanie Lewis awarded 2021 USF Outstanding Staff Award

Congratulations to CUTR’s Stephanie Lewis! Stephanie was awarded the 2021 University of South Florida’s Outstanding Staff Award. She works with the Transit Safety and Workforce Development program and other various projects within CUTR. Senior researcher Jodi Godfrey writes, “I personally could not accomplish half of what I get done in a day if it were…

CUTR receives $3.5M contract from the U.S. Department of Energy

We are excited to share that the University of South Florida’s Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office to receive a $3.5M award! CUTR joins 23 other organizations in advancing the important R&D necessary to decarbonize the transportation sector. The team includes Xiaopeng Li,…

Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition approved for re-designation

CUTR’s Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition (TBCCC) project was recently approved for a re-designation. Through technical assistance, networking and sharing transportation and fuel options, TBCCC’s mission is to reduce petroleum use in transportation in a six-county region. TBCCC was praised for its technical expertise, responsiveness and communication and education with the public and stakeholders. TBCCC…