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Work Zone
Basic Work Zone Traffic Control
UVa Charlottesville | August 26, 2014
Construction
Intermediate Work Zone Traffic Control
VDOT Fairfax | August 6 & 7, 2014
Connected Vehicle/Infrastructure University Transportation Center (CVI-UTC)
UVA CTS has had a long association with University Transportation Centers. One current UTC is the CVI-UTC which funds five current research projects and additional educational/tech transfer projects.
Smart Travel Lab
Founded in 1990. Many of our staff and graduate students work on projects related to Smart Travel Lab.
Trench Robot
Futurescan
Autodesk Civil 3D Screenshot
Fundamentals of AutoCAD Civil 3D Workshop in August—Special Pricing
August 18-20, 2014 Charlottesville ($300 for Locals and Students until July 31)
Advanced AutoCAD Civil 3D in August—Special Pricing
August 21-22, 2014 Charlottesville ($200 for Locals and Students until July 31)

THE CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION STUDIES is the focal point for education, research, and service in transportation engineering at the University of Virginia.  We encourage you to explore our site to learn more about our people, programs, and opportunities for you to grow with us.

Mission
Our mission is to improve transportation through innovative applied research, education and development of future transportation leaders, and practical, relevant, career-building training for transportation professionals.

We pursue our mission by the following actions:

Education

  • Offering an interdisciplinary graduate program in transportation engineering
  • Providing specialized transportation courses for undergraduate engineering students
  • Providing internship programs both internally and in partnership with other organizations
  • Offering tailored professional training programs designed to support practicing transportation professionals

Research

  • Conducting multi-disciplinary research addressing complex transportation challenge
  • Developing and evaluating strategies that improve safety, mobility and sustainability in transportation systems, and the ability to construct, maintain, and operate transportation infrastructure
  • Working cooperatively and collaboratively with other research organizations and disciplines
  • Investing in technologies that support transportation research

Service

  • Supporting local, state, and federal government agencies on transportation initiatives
  • Actively participating in professional societies
  • Providing general transportation information to the public