Bryan Mistele, Co-founder, President and CEO, INRIX, spoke as part of the Volpe Center’s 2019 speaker series Our New Mobility Future. INRIX is a leading provider of connected car services and mobility analytics worldwide.
The U.S. foreign aid agency Millennium Challenge Corporation contracted with Volpe to help assess the feasibility of an alternate route to points north in Liberia's largest port and other transportation options.
Journal of Air Traffic Control: A New Approach to Monitoring and Alerting Congestion in Airspace Sectors
The Journal of Air Traffic Control's Winter 2014 Issue, "A New Approach to Monitoring and Alerting Congestion in Airspace Sectors."
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.
In the future, consumers will choose from an array of different options to meet their mobility needs of the moment.
An FHWA report written by Volpe highlights how metropolitan planning organizations can link economic development and multimodal transportation planning.
Volpe published 77 reports and conference papers in 2014 spanning a myriad of transportation research topics. View the topic areas and download free copies of Volpe’s transportation resources.
With support from Volpe, the Federal Highway Administration is offering new projections on what our miles traveled by vehicle might look like in 30 years.
The concept of intermodalism is as familiar today to transportation professionals as dedicated bike lanes. But 20 years ago, intermodalism wasn’t as common; it was just taking hold as a new concept in the federal transportation community.
While congestion pricing strategies are becoming increasingly common in major metropolitan areas across the U.S., there is still little data on how road pricing affects traveler behavior. Find out how Volpe surveys in Atlanta and Seattle give researchers and officials high-quality data and...