Mapping out the future at GIS-T

Every year hundreds of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) professionals from transportation agencies, research institutions, and the private sector come together to discuss the latest and greatest in GIS at the Annual GIS-T Conference. The four day conference takes place around the country and this year Burlington, Vermont was fortunate enough to play host. … Continue reading

Cow Power: Vermont leads the way

Renewable Natural Gas Conference discussions

On Wednesday, April 23rd, UVM Transportation Research Center, in collaboration with Vermont Clean Cities and Energy Vision, played host to a group of leaders who are changing the face of energy extraction and production. The event, Cow Power: Turning Organic Waste into Vehicle Fuel for Vermont, was designed to bring … Continue reading

The Last Irene

Researchers respond to questions following the screening of the film.

If you have lived or visited Vermont in the last couple of years, it’s likely you have seen the impact of Tropical Storm Irene.  Perhaps it was destroyed buildings along a meandering river or maybe you attended a fundraiser trying to help a community move beyond the disaster.  Whatever the case … Continue reading

2014 Student Research Conference

Attendees walk around student research conference

On Wednesday, April 16th, the Davis Center hosted the 2014 Student Research Conference.  With over 300 presenters, this years conference provided insight into many burning questions and areas of research.  The Transportation Research Center sent thirteen of its student researchers to the conference to present on topics ranging from emergency … Continue reading