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 DOT Research Clusters

 

The Research Clusters are an online community of interactive web pages designed to facilitate information sharing and collaboration among US DOT researchers, DOT-funded researchers and their colleagues from across the nation.  Theese pages are organized into the following fourteen thematic research areas, also known as Research Clusters:

 

 

Feel free to browse these community sites without registering for an account. If you would like to contribute to the conversation, you can register for an account here to share your ideas and comment on what others have said.

 
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Questions? Comments? Please contact us at research.clusters@dot.gov

 
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Journal of Transportation and Statistics: General Call for PapersAttachment 
by Matthew KleinNo presence information
 10/25/2011 9:58 AM
The Bureau of Transportation Statistics, in the Research and Innovative Technology Administration in the US Department of Transportation, is reintroducing the Journal of Transportation and Statistics (JT&S), which is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal...
 
Research Program and Project Management Community 
by Amanda WilsonNo presence information
 2/10/2011 11:16 AM

TransportationResearch.gov has created a  Research Program and Project Management (RPPM) site that allows the transportation research community to share information and collaborate on common issues (registration required).

Over time, the site will...

 
 

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