CUTR visits Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center

  In late April, CUTR employees Paul Goyette and Stephanie Lewis met with the Jacksonville Transportation Authority’s (JTA) operations training team to tour the Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center and discuss ways to enhance their existing bus operator training curriculum. “We were very impressed with their existing program and each trainer’s delivery style,” said Ms. Lewis. “We…

CUTR wins AASHTO award

CUTR’s FDOT project Pilot Implementation for Preventing Incorrect Turns at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings won an AASHTO supplemental award in the Safety, Security, and Emergencies category. Congratulations to the team: Pei-Sung Lin, Ph.D. (PI), Zhenyu Wang, Ph.D. (Co-PI), Abhijit Vasili, Ph.D. (former research assistant), and Runan Yang, Ph.D. (former research assistant). Abstract: Incorrect turns onto railroad tracks may occur if…

Tampa Bay Clean Cities joins Solar Champions for launch of the Hillsborough 2022 Solar United Neighbors Co-op

CUTR research associate and TBCCC co-coordinator Austin Sipiora joined Hillsborough County, City of Tampa representatives, and solar non-profit groups at Sweetwater Organic Community Farm to announce the launch of a solar co-op in the county. Solar United Neighbors is a non-profit organization that helps communities and residents implement solar technologies. Membership in the co-op provides the opportunity…