The National Institute for Transportation and Communities supports livable urban communities of all sizes through research and education.
This series of free archived seminars explains the basics of transportation modeling for decision makers and the general public.
Smart electric transportation plays a role in reducing dependence on fossil fuels.
Our projects look at the elements that make walking and cycling safe and practical.
We help Oregon earn its reputation for combining land use and transportation creatively.
OTREC looks at how technology can help transportation systems run better.
Our research program supports innovations in transportation, including research on cycling, walking, transit and electric vehicles.
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What would the effects be on poor and rural populations if the state switched from taxing gasoline to a tax based on miles driven?
OTREC supports 98 faculty members in 23 different disciplines at its four partner universities and beyond. Of the 131 projects funded, 78 have involved multiple investigators.
Associate Professor, Portland State University