GTI News

Transportation Speaker Series 2014

GTI is proud to announce the first four Transportation Speaker Series events of the 2014-2015 school year. These events will be held on Thursdays at 11:00 am, in the Mason Building's room 1133. Topics for the speaker series include:

Georgia Tech's Watkins presents at Georgia/Carolinas Precast Concrete Institute

The Georgia/Carolinas Precast Concrete Institute's annual membership meeting was held from June 12-15 of this year, and one of Georgia Tech's own was among those invited to present at the meeting. At the meeting, which was held in Hilton Head, South Carolina, Dr. Watkins gave a presentation on some of her group's ongoing research.

AJC: Plans Grow for Atlanta’s Ga. 400-Interstate 285 Interchange

Atlanta drivers know all too well the giant interchange at Interstates 85 and 285 northeast of the city—it’s called Spaghetti Junction for a reason. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution asked readers Sunday to imagine a similar tangle of bridges, ramps and access roads at the top end of the city’s Perimeter where it meets heavily traveled Ga. 400.

Associate Professor Michael Hunter reviewed plans for the massive project as part of the AJC’s analysis of the growing scope of the work:

GDOT Nominates Georgia Tech Research Projects for AASHTO Award

Recently, the Georgia Department of Transportation nominated four projects performed by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology for the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)'s Research Advisory Committee's High Value Research Award. Also known as the "Sweet 16", four projects that showcase transportation excellence through research are selected from each of the four AASHTO regions. 

These four projects include:


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