November 1, 2023
October was full of exciting events and updates. We were able to assist the JTC with the second outing of the Alabama Roadshow, welcome an eminent transportation scholar, and announce a new FHWA Center collaboration.
September 27, 2023
As we welcome our students back to campus, it's essential we highlight the dedicated efforts of our faculty, researchers, and students throughout the summer. This month you will read about how ATI is building on…
August 31, 2023
As we welcome our students back to campus, it's essential we highlight the dedicated efforts of our faculty, researchers, and students throughout the summer. In this newsletter you will read about how ATI is building…
July 31, 2023
Welcome to the July Newsletter! This month has been incredibly busy, with plenty of thought-provoking publications and multiple conference presentations by our researchers.
June 28, 2023
Thought-provoking articles, exciting institute and affiliate news, upcoming conference opportunities, and updates on our past and present students.
May 26, 2023
This month we announced exciting director changes for ATI and CAPS, along with Spring awards for ATI and ENG students.
May 1, 2023
As is always the case, April was full of faculty and student recognition and awards. Whether it was for outstanding research or in competition, our affiliated faculty and students truly shined this semester.
April 3, 2023
This month we secured several new projects. We focus on three of them here: (a) a SMART grant in collaboration with the Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham; (b) a Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)…
February 24, 2023
USDOT just announced the prestigious University Transportation Center awards for 2023, and ATI is part of two centers: the National Center for Transportation Cybersecurity and Resiliency and the Region 4 Regional University Transportation Center for…
February 7, 2023
For us in transportation research, January is an exciting month because of the Transportation Research Board annual meeting in Washington, DC – with over 10,000 attendees focused on the latest research in transportation.