Vermont’s Transportation Research Center (TRC) is a hub for innovative and interdisciplinary research, education and outreach on sustainable transportation system solutions. The TRC focuses on transportation planning as it relates to resilience, energy and health. (Photo Credit: Glenn Russell)
The latest technology
The Transportation Research Center features the latest in high tech equipment including an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle that is used to produce high resolution 3-dimensional maps.
Action, not just words
Our strength is in providing actionable data to our constituents. This information is provided through seminars, conferences, reports, and many other forms of outreach.
The TRC has partnerships with local, state, federal, and non-profit organizations.
Vermont’s Transportation Research Center (TRC) is a hub for innovative and interdisciplinary research, education and outreach on sustainable transportation system solutions. The TRC focuses on transportation planning as it relates to resilience, energy and health.
The UVM University Transportation Center is part of the National Center for Sustainable Transportation. The Center is made up of a partnership of five other universities and is funded by the US Department of Transportation. Learn more about the Center by watching the video below and visiting the National Center … Continue reading
We had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Kari Watkins on Thursday March, 19th. Dr. Watkins graciously allowed us to share her presentation live and to record it for later viewing. Please enjoy her presentation “Real-time Transit Information: Enablers, Impacts, and Implications”.
THe Vermont Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) is seeking a call for proposals for Graduate Research Assistantships for the 2015-2016 academic year and for summer 2016. In order to be eligible you must be a Graduate Student seeking a M.S. or Ph.D. in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) discipline. … Continue reading
We can all get a feel for a neighborhood when we pass through it. People can qualify a neighborhood as beautiful or easy to get around, but quantifying the appeal of a neighborhood is far more difficult. A former UVM Transportation Research Center graduate student has developed a system for measuring the … Continue reading
Most students are thinking of home cooked meals and catching up on sleep right before winter break but Paola Rekalde Aizpuru opted to join the high intensity environment of New York City Department of Transportation. Paola is a graduate student at the University of Vermont and a Graduate Student Researcher with … Continue reading
For five days in January the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. will host the largest gathering of transportation researchers in the nation. The 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) is a conference dedicated to transportation research and allows researchers to come together and discuss the … Continue reading