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  • Posted: May 17
    Kimberly Vachal
    Understanding factors associated with increased likelihood for severe injury by driver group can encourage targeted interventions and countermeasures, which will then improve safety by reducing incidence of severe injury crashes involving trucks. Insight into truck crashes may allow drivers and businesses to identify areas for safety performance improvement.
  • Posted: May 12
    Join us for this informative workshop June 9th from 10:00 AM to Noon CT. Patrick Ibarra of the Mejorando Group and Del Peterson of the Small Urban and Rural Transit Center (SURTC) will be presenting.
  • Posted: May 4
    Back injuries are one of the most common causes of work related disability. Back pain is the second-leading cause of lost work days, after the common cold. Once back strain occurs, it often returns. By learning a few back injury prevention techniques, you may be able to make your work day safer.
  • Posted: May 3
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on April 29, 2016.
  • Posted: Apr 29
    Richard J. Schmidt
    The long-term objectives of this project were to develop and validate an instrumentation package for structural health monitoring of bridges subjected to overweight trucks and to develop plans for field deployment of the instrumentation on a pilot scale.
  • Posted: Apr 21
    The NDDOT's new ITS Plan will guide ITS deployment. The Advance Traffic Analysis Center facilitated development of the plan, including obtaining input on critical transportation issues, identifying ITS solutions, and developing ITS projects for deployment.
  • A campus building dedicated to transportation at NDSU would symbolically show that transportation is equal in importance to other disciplines and indicate that transportation is an accepted interdisciplinary academic field. The building would house NDSU's academic programs in transportation and logistics and provide a home for the UGPTI's research and outreach programs. The building would be a critical step forward in developing the intellectual capital necessary to plan, construct and operate the transportation systems of the 21st century.
NDSU Dept 2880P.O. Box 6050Fargo, ND 58108-6050
(701)231-7767info@ugpti.org