U of M researchers receive National Science Foundation grant

The nearly $1 million grant will allow researchers to explore implementation and possible commercialization of their bicycle collision-warning system in partnership with Quality Bicycle Products.

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Project seeks to ease traffic congestion in a roundabout way

U of M researchers are creating a framework for testing and evaluating new urban traffic sensing and control strategies for arterial networks.

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How can governments promote and prepare for automated driving?

At the CTS research conference, Bryant Walker Smith outlined steps that governments can take to encourage the development, deployment, and use of automated driving systems.

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Warning system aims to save lives in highway work zones

To improve safety in work zones, U of M researchers are developing a system that can alert operators of heavy construction vehicles that workers are present.

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Study estimates accessibility to jobs by transit

A new report from the Accessibility Observatory estimates the accessibility to jobs by transit in 49 of the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S.

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