The GW Transportation Program has been working on multiple research projects funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) in general, and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)/Battelle in particular. Additional financial support was provided by the District of Columbia Department of Transportation – DDOT – and the Simon Lee Research Endowment.
Some recent projects include:
- Research Assistant Support for Staff Projects in the Office of Safety Research and Development
- Towards Safer Connected Highway Systems: from Data Analysis to Modeling
- CAREER: Collision Prediction and Vehicular Control Using an Episode-Based Modeling Framework
- DC Department of Transportation (DDOT) Transportation Research and Program Management Consortium.
Earlier projects associated with the GW Transportation Program were conducted under the umbrella of the Center of Intelligent Systems Research (CISR) and covered the following areas with funding mostly by NSF, FHWA, and the National Traffic Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA).
- Active Transportation and Demand Management (ATDM) Application of Tools for Tactical and Strategic Decision Making for Operations
- Computer Security in ITS
- Traffic Monitoring and Simulation
- ITS Architecture
- Railroad Routing Optimization
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