The Center for Transportation, Equity, Decisions and Dollars (CTEDD) is a USDOT (Tier-1) University Transportation Center funded through the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology.
CTEDD will provide the regions of consortium members and beyond with extensive research, educational, outreach and leadership programs and resources to fulfill the demand for the updated knowledge and improving the decision making for the transportation systems via identifying the cost-effective solutions for maintenances and the strategic guidelines for improving the equal transportation services. These guidelines address how to develop an equal and inclusive access for all community members to use the transportation systems and thus lead to the most inclusive and equal access to opportunities. CTEDD has the mission of reaching such goals and envisioned the routes for achieving them available below.
CTEDD is a University of Texas at Arlington-led partnership with the California Polytechnic State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Wisconsin-Madison and University of South Florida.
To learn more about CTEDD Mission and Vision: see here
To learn more about CTEDD Focus Areas: see here
To learn more about CTEDD Staff Profiles: see here
In the News
3 North Texans Up for ‘Most Influential Urbanists’ Title
Dallas Innovates – September 14, 2017
National Association of Motor Vehicle Boards and Commissions (NAMVBC) Annual Meeting
USF CUTR Page – September 7, 2017
Dr. Robert Bertini; CTEDD Associate Director, spoke on a panel discussing “Autonomous Vehicles Regulation and Deployment: Who Educates the Driver?” at the National Association of Motor Vehicle Boards and Commissions (NAMVBC) Annual Meeting in Arlington, Virginia — See more >
Tampa Bay Bicyclists Keep Pedaling with New Bike Share App Feature
USF News – August 31, 2017
With the help of a research team led by Dr. Sean Barbeau; CTEDD Researcher, Tampa FL is now on OneBusAway mobile app. This research was done at the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida — See more >