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CATT Director Talks about Summer Traffic Congestion

CATT Director Talks about Summer Traffic Congestion

Tom Jacobs, director of the Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (CATT) recently talked with ABC News about surviving summer traffic jams. In looking at the massive 10 day delay that happened near Beijing China, the article talked about the amazing attitudes the stranded motorists had and tips on how to survive much smaller summer traffic delays. Read More>>

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The Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (CATT) in the A. James Clark School of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park, was created in order to respond to the significant changes brought about by increasing use of advanced technologies in the transportation field. A permanent staff of ITS professionals and affiliated faculty of the Department of Civil Engineering supports CATT. All offer extensive knowledge and experience in the areas of ITS technology, traffic engineering and control, systems analysis, and operations research. Visit CATT on the web at

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September 8, 2010

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