APPENDIX D
SAFETEA-LU University Transportation Research Centers

Location

Theme

Regional Centers for Fiscal Years (FY) 2007–2009 (Authorized at $2.0 Million Each in FY 2006 Through 2008 and $2.25 Million in FY 2009)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Region 1)

Strategic Management of Transportation Systems

City University of New York (Region 2)

Planning and Management of Regional Transportation Systems

Pennsylvania State University (Region 3)

Advanced Technologies in Transportation Operations and Management

University of Tennessee (Region 4)

Transportation Safety

Purdue University (Region 5)

Proposed theme: Integrated Solutions for Mobility, Safety, and Infrastructure Renewal

Texas A&M University (Region 6)

Transportation Solutions to Enhance Prosperity and the Quality of Life

University of Nebraska (Region 7)

Proposed theme: Improving Safety and Minimizing Risk Associated with Increasing Multimodal Freight Movement on the U.S. Surface Transportation System

North Dakota State University (Region 8)

Rural and Intermodal Transportation

University of California, Berkeley (Region 9)

Transportation Systems Analysis and Policy

University of Washington (Region 10)

Transportation Operations and Infrastructure Construction

Tier I Centers for FY 2006–2009 (Authorized at $1.0 Million Each Annually)

Georgia Institute of Technology

Proposed theme: Investing in the National Transportation System: Economic Growth, System Productivity, and Finance

Iowa State University

Proposed theme: Improving Transportation Safety Through Improvements in Management Information Systems



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APPENDIX D SAFETEA-LU University Transportation Research Centers Location Theme Regional Centers for Fiscal Years (FY) 2007–2009 (Authorized at $2.0 Million Each in FY 2006 Through 2008 and $2.25 Million in FY 2009) Massachusetts Institute of Strategic Management of Transportation Systems Technology (Region 1) City University of New York Planning and Management of Regional Transportation Systems (Region 2) Pennsylvania State University Advanced Technologies in Transportation Operations and (Region 3) Management University of Tennessee Transportation Safety (Region 4) Purdue University (Region 5) Proposed theme: Integrated Solutions for Mobility, Safety, and Infrastructure Renewal Texas A&M University Transportation Solutions to Enhance Prosperity and the Quality of (Region 6) Life University of Nebraska Proposed theme: Improving Safety and Minimizing Risk Associated (Region 7) with Increasing Multimodal Freight Movement on the U.S. Surface Transportation System North Dakota State University Rural and Intermodal Transportation (Region 8) University of California, Transportation Systems Analysis and Policy Berkeley (Region 9) University of Washington Transportation Operations and Infrastructure Construction (Region 10) Tier I Centers for FY 2006–2009 (Authorized at $1.0 Million Each Annually) Georgia Institute of Proposed theme: Investing in the National Transportation System: Technology Economic Growth, System Productivity, and Finance Iowa State University Proposed theme: Improving Transportation Safety Through Improvements in Management Information Systems (continued on next page) 165

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SAFETEA-LU University Transportation Research Centers (continued) Location Theme Proposed theme: Management and Operations of Multimodal Rutgers University Transportation Infrastructure Systems in High-Volume Intermodal Corridor Environments—Through Meaningful Research, Education, and Workforce Training Proposed theme: Transportation Systems Policy and Management San Jose State University Proposed theme: Multimodal Solutions for Congestion Mitigation University of Central Florida Advanced Technology for Sustainable Transportation University of Idaho Proposed theme: Integrated Transportation Systems Management University of Maryland, College Park Proposed theme: Safety and Mobility Across the Lifespan University of Michigan To Make Public Transportation and Alternative Forms of University of South Florida Transportation Safe, Effective, Efficient, Desirable, and Secure Metropolitan Transportation University of Southern California/California State University, Long Beach National Centers for FY 2006–2009 (Authorized at $3.5 Million Annually Each in FY 2006–2009) Transportation and Economic Development in Mountain Regions Marshall University, West Virginia Integrated Approaches to Rural Travel and Transportation Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University, Bozeman Improving the Technology and Expertise Available to Address the Northwestern University Problems of the Nation’s Transportation Infrastructure Economic Enhancement Through Infrastructure Stewardship Oklahoma Transportation Center (at Oklahoma State University) Advanced Technology, Integration of Land Use and Portland State University Transportation, and Healthy Communities (in partnership with the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, and the Oregon Institute of Technology) Transportation Safety, Security, and Innovation in Cold Regions University of Alaska Human-Centered Technology to Enhance Safety and Mobility University of Minnesota Proposed theme: Advanced Materials, Transition-State Fuel Missouri University of Science Vehicle Infrastructure, and Nondestructive Evaluation and Technology Technologies and Methods Proposed theme: Sustainable Systems and Advanced University of Vermont Technologies for Northern Communities Sustainable Freight Transportation Infrastructure and Systems University of Wisconsin Tier II Centers for FY 2006–2009 (Authorized at $500,000 Each Annually) Decision-Making and Management of Transportation Systems California State University, San Bernardino (continued)

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SAFETEA-LU University Transportation Research Centers 167 Location Theme Cleveland State University, Highway Work Zone Safety and Efficiency Work Zone Safety Institute George Mason University Proposed theme: Deployment of Intelligent Transportation Systems Hampton University, Eastern Enhance Regional Intermodal Transportation Systems by Seaboard Intermodal Improving Safety and Efficiency While Minimizing Transportation Applications Environmental Impacts Center Kansas State University Sustainability and Safety of Rural Transportation Systems and Infrastructure Louisiana State University, To be determined Louisiana Transportation Research Center– Technology, Training, and Education Center Michigan Technological Materials in Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure University North Carolina State Transportation and the Environment University, Center for Transportation and the Environment Northwestern University Commercialization or Implementation of Innovative Technologies for Multimodal Surface Transportation University of Akron Transportation Mobility and Infrastructure Management University of Arkansas Proposed theme: Rural Transportation University of California, Davis Sustainable Transportation University of Connecticut Transportation for Smart Growth University of Delaware, Resiliency of Transportation Corridors Newark University of Detroit, Mercy Alternate Energy and System Mobility to Stimulate Economic Development University of Massachusetts, Proposed theme: Improving Transportation Mobility and Amherst Safety with Innovative Technologies and Strategies University of Memphis Proposed theme: Freight, Transportation Safety, Logistics, and Policy Development University of Nevada, Development of Transportation Systems for Rapidly Growing Las Vegas Urban Areas University of Rhode Island Surface Intermodal Transportation Systems/Infrastructure in a Marine Environment University of Toledo Proposed theme: Transportation for Economic Security and Development: Alternate Energy, Infrastructure Utilization, and Supply Chains Utah State University Innovative Engineering Against Hazards Youngstown State University Transportation Mobility, Longevity, and Sustainability