Our Team

NEUTC is led by the University of Massachusetts Amherst and is comprised of eight universities or colleges across New England.

Center Themes

Our research and educational activities at NEUTC are guided by four principal safety themes, each addressing a critical challenge in transportation safety. These themes capture the various integral components of the transportation system, focusing on technology, infrastructure, vehicles, and users with a commitment to equity and public engagement. Our overarching theme is promoting safety, with the common underlying science being the study of behavioral, systemic, environmental, and mobility-driven factors on safety. 

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Recent News

New Article Explores the Critical Role of Adaptive Transport Planning
NEUTC Professor Thad Miller’s article, “ Planning for Uncertain Transportation Futures”, examines how Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) in the U.S. address the challenges of emerging transportation technologies and growing uncertainties. It highlights the critical role of adaptive transport
June 17, 2024
Dr. Bryan Reimer Appointed to Transportation Innovation Advisory Committee
MIT Professor Bryan Reimer has been appointed as a member of the new Transforming Transportation Advisory Committee (TTAC)
January 22, 2024
UMass Amherst PhD Student, Efthymia Kostopoulou, Wins Prestigious WTS-Rhode Island Scholarship
Efthymia (Fay) Kostopoulou, a UMass PhD Student won the prestigious Jannet Walker-Ford Leadership Legacy Scholarship awarded by WTS-RI
January 22, 2024