Volpe recently partnered with Women in Transportation-Boston to host 21 engineering high school students for speed mentoring with staff and tours of our car, train, and airplane simulators.
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FAA Assistant Administrator for NextGen Edward Bolton discusses how programs of today will help modernize our nation’s controlled airspace for the future. Bolton spoke as part of Volpe's new speaker series Reimagining Transportation.
The FAA and Volpe have released a new version of the premier software for quantifying the environmental impacts of aviation. This new software, AEDT 2b, replaces five legacy air quality and noise analysis tools and incorporates their functionalities into a single model.
Recently, Volpe offered the public a snapshot of its multimodal transportation research when it opened its doors to the Cambridge- and Boston-area community as part of the 2015 Cambridge Science Festival.
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.
The tablet computer has been built. Now it’s time to load a few apps. That’s the analogy for the Next Generation Air Transportation System that Michael Whitaker, deputy administrator for the Federal Aviation Administration, gave recently as part of Volpe’s Transportation and the Economy speaker...
The Federal Aviation Administration is rolling out the Next Generation Transportation System, NextGen, transforming how air traffic controllers and pilots see our national airspace. A key technology, called Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B), is helping FAA transition...
New technology enables air traffic controllers to see traffic with more precision than ever before.