GTI News

GTI - Project Spotlight May 2021

Tuesday May 18th, the Georgia Transportation Institute hosted a 1-hour webinar that spotlighted three recently completed GDOT Research projects. Each project had maximum of a 15-minute presentation, with a short time afterward for questions. If you miss the Spotlight, you can watch it on the YouTube Link.

YouTube Webinar Link


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Approved Fall 2020 RTAG RNS submittals

The Georgia Department of Transportation has released the list of projects selected from the Fall 2020 RTAG submittals. Congratulations to the selected projects! Thanks to everyone who submitted a Research Needs Statement (RNS). The research community was highly engaged, with approximately 95 submitted needs statements. GDOT research staff is currently contacting the project PIs and setting up the next steps in the process.

The opening of the Fall 2021 RTAG RNS call will be announced later this year. Announcements will be distributed through the GTI mailing list and GTI website.

Approved Fall 2019 RTAG RNS submittals

The Georgia Department of Transportation has released the list of projects selected from the Fall 2019 RTAG submittals. Congratulations to the selected projects! Thanks to everyone who submitted a Research Needs Statement (RNS). The research community was highly engaged, with approximately 89 submitted needs statements.  GDOT research staff is currently contacting the project PIs and setting up the next steps in the process.

Dr. Andrew L. Dannenberg - Emerging Issues in Transportation and Health Research: Highlights of the New NCHRP Research Roadmap for Transportation and Public Health

The Georgia Transportation Institute welcomes Dr. Andrew L. Dannenberg to speak at the Spring 2020 Transportation Speaker series webinar. He is an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, School of Public Health, and in the Department of Urban Design and Planning, College of Built Environments, at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he teaches courses on healthy community design and on health impact assessment.

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