There are three pillars of big-scope infrastructure projects that can provide seamless, multimodal transportation for passengers and freight, according to Harvard Business School’s Rosabeth Moss Kanter, who spoke recently at the conclusion of Volpe’s Transportation and the...
June 17, 2015
A new handbook from the Federal Highway Administration and Volpe encourages state leadership on pedestrian and bike planning and provides a roadmap for improving or creating new programs.
May 18, 2015
Cambridge has announced a partnership with Volpe to install side guards on city-owned trucks to enhance safety for pedestrians and bicyclists.
April 29, 2015
The Federal Aviation Administration has made major strides in managing congestion and reducing delays, working hard to transform our nation’s airspace by implementing the Next Generation Air Transportation System.
April 7, 2015
Volpe is pleased to announce its official Twitter feed: @VolpeUSDOT.
March 24, 2015
In the future, consumers will choose from an array of different options to meet their mobility needs of the moment.
February 26, 2015
An FHWA report written by Volpe highlights how metropolitan planning organizations can link economic development and multimodal transportation planning.
February 13, 2015
Operating a modern logistics system across geopolitical borders drawn hundreds of years ago can sometimes be like fitting a square peg into a round hole—it’s impossible to cross a single border, sometimes even just between counties in the U.S., without encountering a new set of...
February 10, 2015
As part of an award-winning international committee, human factors experts Drs. Judith Bürki-Cohen and Janeen Kochan have developed an approach to pilot training to reduce the number of flight accidents caused by loss of control.
February 5, 2015
Population growth is expected to swell to 8 billion by 2024, which means we’ll see more demand for goods and services, and more international trade. Some of the biggest economic players in the Western Hemisphere are staying ahead of the curve by investing in port infrastructure.