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Public Lands Transportation Fellows to Present posters at TRB 2019

Three Fellows from the Public Lands Transportation Fellows program had the opportunity to present posters highlighting their current projects: Corinne Jachelski presented on trail, bicycle, and other alternative transportation upgrades underway at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Colorado (view poster-pdf). Dylan Corbin’s poster highlighted his efforts to create a transportation plan […]

UTC Students Honored at TRB

The 2019 Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting kicked off over the weekend in Washington, D.C.  At the Council of University Transportation Center (CUTC) banquet on Saturday, the University Transportation Center (UTC) Students of the Year were honored.  Each UTC nominates an outstanding graduate student who receives a certificate from the U.S. Department of Transportation, […]

Big Sky Transportation Grant Named Top News Story of 2018

Last week, Explore Big Sky published a special feature on its picks for the most important local news stories of the year.  Top of the list – the $10 million federal TIGER grant awarded to the Big Sky, Montana region for roadway, transit, and trail improvements. In the article, WTI Program Manager David Kack discusses […]

Huijser Interview on Wildlife Crossings

The Asheville (NC) Citizen Times interviewed WTI Research Scientist Marcel Huijser for the feature article “Bridges for Bears: Do Wildlife Corridors Work?” Marcel discusses wildlife crossing structure success stories in Banff National Park and on U.S. 93 in Montana.  Read the full interview or learn more about the WTI Road Ecology program on our website.  […]

Natalie WillwockWitte to present at TRB

Natalie will be presenting about her recent work; Characteristics & Reported Bicycle & Pedestrian Infrastructure for Communities of Less Than 10,000 People in Maine, Minnesota and New Hampshire. The project and report can be viewed here. View the TRB presentation (Pdf 17MB)

WTI Studies Small Town Public Transportation Options

WTI recently completed a public transportation feasibility study for the City of Lebanon, a community of approximately 15,000 people in southcentral Missouri. The City of Lebanon is interested in whether a public transportation system could help connect more residents to jobs, educational opportunities and local services. Project Manager Natalie Villwock-Witte, working with Karalyn Clouser and […]