Transportation projects with MIDAS funding featured in “Urban Transportation Monitor”

By August 4, 2016General Interest, News

Research on connected and automated vehicles which recently received funding under the Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS) Challenge Initiative was featured in “The Urban Transportation Monitor.” The projects featured are led by Pascal Van Hentenryck (Industrial and Operations Engineering) and Carol Flannagan (U-M Transportation Research Institute).

The article, available for download, begins on page 6.

The Urban Transportation Monitor (now in its 30th year) reports on the latest developments in urban transportation. Its circulation reaches thousands of readers across the U.S. as well as 30 countries worldwide. Subscribers include the most prominent organizations active in urban transportation. For more information, see www.urban-transportation-monitor.com/.