Below are transportation-related programs located at CTS and at the U of M more broadly, as well as programs that CTS coordinates.

Research Labs and Programs

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CTS leads, administers, supports, or participates in a range of research programs, solely or in partnership with other units, faculty, and institutions.

Training and Technical Assistance Programs

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CTS houses two technical assistance programs. These programs complement CTS’s core research and education activities and allow us to extend our services to additional audiences. Services provided by CTS include program leadership and administration, events and training, and communications.

Other U of M Affiliated Centers and Programs

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CTS often partners with these U of M centers and programs.

Non-U of M Programs

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CTS provides services such as program administration, events and training, and communications for our transportation partners.