As transportation enters the 21st century, the policies that govern our nation’s rail system have become increasingly complex. Transportation planners from metropolitan planning organizations, state departments of transportation, and other federal and local officials face problems such as financing as they tackle the emerging issue of how to do more with less.
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s (TTI) Rail Research Group has a dedicated staff of researchers with experience in technical and planning policy issues at the state and federal level. Finding practical solutions to complex policy issues is the core mission of TTI’s Rail Research.
- Identification of Priority Rail Projects
- Texas Urban Triangle: Pilot Study to Implement a Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS) for Sustainable Mobility
- Measuring the Benefits of Intercity Passenger Rail: A Study of the Heartland Flyer Corridor
- TxDOT State Rail Plan Assistance
- Emerging Trade Corridors and Texas Transportation Planning
- Implementing an Economic Model for Public-Private Rail Projects
- ASLRRA Short Line Data Study
For More InformationCurtis Morgan
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Texas A&M University System
1111 RELLIS Parkway
Bryan, TX 77807
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