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  • ATI June 2024 Newsletter

    July 2, 2024 ATI is delighted to share news about a federal grant that has been awarded to study large transit buses and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The researchers involved with the ADAS bus project span multiple…
  • Federal Grant Powers UA’s Autonomous Bus Safety Research

    June 13, 2024 With a grant from the Federal Transit Administration and the United States Department of Transportation, The University of Alabama is gearing up for a $3 million project to develop advanced driver assistance systems for large…
  • ATI May 2024 Newsletter

    June 4, 2024 ATI has been busy presenting itself and its work as we wrapped up the spring semester.
  • ATI April 2024 Newsletter

    April 29, 2024 Our newsletter is brimming with exciting news, upcoming events, and publications that highlight distracted driving. Don’t miss out on the latest ATI news.
  • ATI March 2024 Newsletter

    April 2, 2024 Two of our affiliated faculty won the prestigious NSF CAREER Awards, a clear indication of the impact that our community has on advancing knowledge in transportation research. We also highlight the CAReS project, an initiative…
  • ATI February 2024 Newsletter

    March 4, 2024 The West Alabama Regional Traffic Management Center has moved into their new home in SCIB. This transition made the news on several local stations, a clear indication of the importance of this resource for everyone…
  • ATI January 2024 Newsletter

    January 30, 2024 Welcome to our first newsletter of 2024! As you likely know, our year begins with the international TRB annual meeting held in Washington, D.C. I have represented UA at this meeting since 2006 and I…
  • ATI December 2023 Newsletter

    December 18, 2023 Somehow, we are at the end of 2023! As you've seen throughout the year, our faculty, researchers, and students have significantly made an impact through research. I can safely say that there is exciting news…