Center for Transportation Research - UT Austin
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- Austin, Texas, United States
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- Acerca de The Center for Transportation Research is a nationally recognized research institution focusing on transportation research, education, and public service. Current and ongoing projects address virtually all aspects of transportation, including economics, multimodal systems, traffic congestion relief, transportation policy, materials, structures, transit, environmental impacts, driver behavior, land use, geometric design, accessibility, and pavements.
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