The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways (MUTCD) will soon be updated to include innovations that improve safety and efficiency (such as variable speed limits, dynamic lane control, and rapid-flashing pedestrian beacons).
The Center for Transportation Studies at UVA, in partnership with VDOT and the Virginia Transportation Research Council (VTRC), has announced the appointment of a full-time Safety Circuit Rider engineer.
Autonomous vehicles cannot deliver on their own promises of safety and efficiency if they deter walking.
The Center for Transportation Studies at the University of Virginia and its partner agencies in the Mid-Atlantic region are hosting the 17th Road Management Conference on October 15 - 17, 2018. The conference, once a mainstay for road and highway infrastructure professionals, returns to the region after a 10-year hiatus.
Join local government, VDOT and private sector staff for this two-day local programs workshop - it's packed with information for the delivery of local transportation programs and offers plenty of networking opportunities with colleagues and peers.
UVA students have created an app to make commuting more flexible - more customizable - depending on the user's preference for cost, time-savings, exercise levels, bike share services, and other considerations.
Do toll lanes on Interstate 95, the Capital Beltway and I-66 save drivers time and is it worth paying for? That depends, according to new CTS research.
Help MATS UTC researchers gather information about electric vehicle adoption in Virginia.
With increasing frequency, the public is exposed to news coverage announcing the autonomous vehicle (AV) revolution and the ways in which mobile devices, sensors and other connected vehicle (CV) technologies are redefining the automotive world. As engineers and other specialists contend with the technical aspects of AVs and CVs, society grapples with questions about safety, […]
To assess infrastructure for maintenance and repair, structural health monitoring (SHM) is an assessment strategy undertaken to determine the location, severity, and progression of damage. SHM is actually not used frequently and is primarily deployed on high-profile structural systems. Devin Harris, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University […]