Carnegie Mellon University

Traffic21

A transportation research institute of Carnegie Mellon University

Traffic21

Our Vision

With seed funding from the Henry L. Hillman Foundation, Traffic21 was established in 2010 at Carnegie Mellon University to fuel the smart transportation sector through groundbreaking research and technological developments. Traffic21 aims to research, develop and deploy intelligent transportation systems for the twenty-first century and beyond. Our community partnership with the Pittsburgh region has provided a testbed for local and global solutions in the transportation sector.

Building on more than 150 years of innovation in southwestern Pennsylvania’s transportation infrastructure, Traffic21 has focused on the integration of smart mobility solutions, which embrace safety, sustainability, resiliency, and efficiency. Our research strives to attract new industry to the region, bolster the economy, and promote equity and accessibility in transportation.

Our Team

Faculty Director

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Chris Hendrickson

Hamerschlag University Professor Emeritus, Civil and Environmental Engineering

 

Executive Director

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Stan Caldwell

Adjunct Associate Professor Of Transportation And Public Policy

Program Manager

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Lisa Kay Schweyer