The UF Transportation Newsletters provide information about upcoming transportation-related training, webinars, conferences, etc. The newsletters also include updates related to the exciting transportation-related research our UFTI faculty and affiliated faculty are doing.
The UF Transportation Technology Transfer (T2) Center is an umbrella organization for many national and state-based programs. The T2 Center newsletters provide information about training, technical assistance, technology transfer services, and safety information to transportation, public works, and safety professionals as well as the general public.
The McTrans Center at the University of Florida distributes and supports software programs for traffic engineering and transportation planning applications, including the Highway Capacity SoftwareTM (HCS 2010TM), TSIS-CORSIMTM and TRANSYT-7FTM, with training courses and the highest level of technical support provided for these packages.
The Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education (STRIDE) Center is a USDOT/RITA grant-funded, regional University Transportation Center (UTC) headquartered at the University of Florida that conducts transportation-related research in the areas of safety, livable communities and economic competitiveness. The STRIDE newsletter provides the latest news on STRIDE projects and affiliates.
The Center for Multimodal Solutions for Congestion Mitigation (CMS) was a U.S. Department of Transportation Tier 1 University Transportation Center grantee, that worked with the transportation community to investigate and develop innovative approaches to solving congestion problems.