This document provides an overview of Volpe's capabilities and expertise, and illustrates some of the ways in which Volpe helps advance transportation innovation for the public good.
How to Start Work with Volpe (Brochure)
Instructions for starting work with the John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, a part of the U.S. Department of Transportation's Research and Innovative Technology Administration.
Volpe's infographics bring research to life, telling stories through statistics to demonstrate the real-world impacts of our work. View our infographics on wake turbulence, rail safety, crash avoidance, and other topics to learn more.
Shaping America’s Transportation Future
This document highlights Volpe’s best work of 2015. The major project milestones, achievements, and thought leadership initiatives showcased here are helping guide America’s current and future transportation system.
Transportation System Resilience, Extreme Weather, and Climate Change - Flyer
Global transportation infrastructure today is confronted with significant challenges, including the escalating threats of our changing climate. This series brings together distinguished experts to discuss challenges, opportunities, and fresh approaches related to these pressing issues.
Automation and the Human: Intended and Unintended Consequences - Roundtable Summary
There are clearly unintended consequences of introducing automation into transportation communications, navigation, and control systems. This roundtable deepened our understanding of human-machine interactions in transportation system design and operation.
Big Data Analytics: Driving Value Beyond the Hype - Roundtable Summary
Volpe and the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Hanscom Air Force Base, co-hosted a roundtable of experts to discuss the topic of big data explosion.
Final Report: Beyond Bouncing Back
Volpe, The National Transportation Systems Center, hosted a roundtable of experts to explore resiliency in the context of challenges facing the nation's transportation system.
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Updated: Thursday, February 4, 2016