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  • Posted: Apr 27
    Chris Pantelides, MJ Ameli, and Lawrence Reaveley
    This report describes a research program conducted to evaluate bridge joints using two types of GSS connectors experimentally. Cyclic quasi-static loading was used to test column-to-footing and column-to-cap beam half-scale specimens.
  • Posted: Apr 26
    Transportation and Logistics Ph.D. student Amin Keramati recently won the 2017 American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials GIS for Transportation Student Paper Contest.
  • Posted: Apr 25
    Abu Sufian Mohammad Asib, a Ph.D. candidate in transportation under the supervision of Dr. Romero, received an award recently from the Utah Asphalt Pavement Association.
  • Posted: Apr 18
    Free Root Beer Floats in the NDSU Memorial Union, Thurs., April 20 from 1-3 pm! Served by the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute. Staff and students will hand out floats and provide visitors with information about the Institute and its mission. The booth will be located near the Herd Shop and across from Design and Sign.
  • Posted: Apr 6
    Marc Scott, an NDSU graduate and an assistant professor of logistics in the Department of Supply Chain Management at the University of Arkansas' Sam M. Walton College of Business, will give a guest lecture Monday, April 10, from 2 to 4 p.m. in 422 Quentin Burdick Building.
  • Posted: Mar 30
    Milan Zlatkovic, Aleksandar Stevanovic, Xuesong Zhou, Ivana Tasic, and Marija Ostojic
    The goal of this research is to estimate and analyze the impact of LRT Transit Signal Priority (TSP) on other modes of transportation and the perfor mance of a transportation network using microsimulation environment. The most prominent feature of the analyzed traffic network is a diverse signal timing environment with predictive priority for LRT.
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