CCAT Announces 2022 Funding Opportunity

CCAT Announces 2022 Funding Opportunity

Picture of Level 4 Autonomous Vehicle on American Center for Mobility Track. It features text that reads '2022 Funding Opportunity' and 'Deployment' which is the focus for this year's research funding.
CCAT Level 4 Autonomous Vehicle drives on the American Center for Mobility test track

The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation has announced its 2022 funding opportunity, with $1,000,000 allocated. The USDOT Region 5 University Transportation Center (UTC) is interested in research that will significantly influence the next generation of

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CCAT Research Published in Journal of Transportation & Health

Aerial photo of an intersection that features connected vehicles and infrastructure. It also has features people using a variety of mobility modes including walking and biking

CCAT Research Published in Journal of Transportation & Health


The deployment of automated vehicles (AVs) may have a profound impact on mobility and safety. This includes increased mobility options for underserved communities and reduced traffic and travel costs. It isn’t all necessarily good news, though, according to a CCAT research project that was recently published

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Kumares Sinha Selected as Editor’s Choice by ASCE Journal

Kumares Sinha Selected as Editor’s Choice by ASCE Journal


CCAT Researcher, Dr. Kumares Sinha, was recently selected as the Editor’s Choice by the ASCE Journal of Transportation Systems.

With rapid ongoing developments in vehicle automation and connectivity, and their sibling technologies of electric propulsion and shared mobility, highway transportation practitioners and researchers continue to

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CCAT in the News: Advanced Transportation Center in The Detroit News

CCAT in the News: Advanced Transportation Center in The Detroit News


The Detroit News has covered the Advanced Transportation Center and the how the program will impact Detroit’s future as an automotive leader. A partner of CCAT, Washtenaw Community College provides students with a two-year program that trains them in the latest technology advancements in

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CCAT Director Presents at PACTrans

CCAT Director Presents at PACTrans


CCAT Director Henry Liu spoke at the PacTrans University Transportation Center at the University of Washington. The title of his discussion was: “Critical Scenario Generation for Accelerated Testing of Autonomous Vehicles”, which provides a general framework for the testing scenario library generation (TSLG) problem. If you missed Professor Liu’s discussion,

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CCAT Student Bortiorkor Alabi to Receive WTS Chapter Scholarship

CCAT Student Bortiorkor Alabi to Receive WTS Chapter Scholarship


CCAT student, Bortiorkor Alabi, has been selected to receive the WTS Chapter Helene M. Overly Memorial Scholarship for 2019-2020, Greater Indianapolis Chapter. This scholarship recognizes a graduate female in the transportation industry and academia. Their goal is to support and encourage future female leaders in

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CCAT is Named UTC for Focused Research on Connected and Automated Vehicles

CCAT is Named UTC for Focused Research on Connected and Automated Vehicles


In their 2018 annual report to Congress, University Transportation Centers Program has named CCAT the UTC (University Transportation Center) with focused research on connected and automated vehicles. As part of the FAST Act, one of the regional UTCs must address transportation safety,

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