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Below please see our latest 10 news stories. For previous stories, go to our news archive.
Congratulations to Nathan Reigner, the University of Vermont Transportation Research Center 2014 Student of the Year. Nathan is a PhD. candidate with the Park Studies Laboratory in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. His research focuses on informed transportation management in the context of parks and ...
Imagine it’s the dead of winter and a large snowstorm is looming. This leads most of us to dream of fresh powder, skiing and snowboarding, or maybe enjoying hot cocoa by the fireplace. If you are Jim Sullivan or Jonathan Dowds, researchers from the Transportation Research Center at the University of Vermont, you are more likely ...
Fleet managers and vendors from around the state came together on Wednesday November, 15th to learn about the benefits of Natural Gas vehicles (NGVs). The conference, “Natural Gas Vehicles, - The Here and Now Technology”, was well attended and feature discussions on everything from the history of natural gas as a fuel to ...
The UVM TRC has been engaged in transportation workforce development since its inception crafting a strong program to support students (well over 100 now), particularly in graduate education, through research assistantships and the development of a Graduate Certificate of Study in Sustainable Transportation Systems and Planning. ...
The University of California, Davis, Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS-Davis) was selected in a national competition to lead a new two-year, $11.2 million research consortium for the U.S. Department of Transportation. UVM’s TRC is one of the institutional partners lead by Lisa Aultman-Hall who spent last year on ...
Barrett/Liston Scholar Anna Nadler Joins the MOVES Minds at the
The month of September will see three important regional transportation events hosted in Burlington.
We are excited to announce Michelle McCutcheon-Schour as the new coordinator for the Vermont Clean Cities Coalition (VTCCC) at the University of Vermont Transportation Research Center (TRC). Michelle served as an intern for the coalition in the summer of 2011, and has been working at the TRC for the past year. She led an electric ...
New England Regional Transportation Workforce Summit, September 26-27, 2013 (Boston)
Nathan Belz is a graduate research assistant at the Transportation Research Center and will receive his Ph.D. through the College of Engineering and Mathematical sciences. Belz presented his dissertation work focused on planning and traffic operations modeling of roundabouts on August 2nd. Roundabouts are an emerging type of ...