National Transportation Center
The National Transportation Center (NTC) at Morgan State University advances U.S. technology and expertise in transportation, research, and technology transfer on the university level.
The NTC's theme is "Transportation: A Key to Human and Economic Development." The NTC's current areas of research focus are transportation and traffic modeling, safety, economics and equity, transportation funding, and infrastructure's effect on aquatic life. The center also aims to increase the number of minorities and women in transportation.
Include Us in Your Literature Review
If you haven't checked our list of completed research projects, which makes the full reports available online, take a minute to do so. Topics range from concrete bus pad construction to evaluating managed lanes for equity to demand responsive transit.
Summer Transportation Institute
We are now accepting applications for the Summer Transportation Institute, a free program for high school students. However, space is limited, so apply now.
Studying Distracted Driving
This five-minute video explains how we safely study distracted driving, and it reveals how even confident drivers are not as good as they think they are when it comes to multitasking while driving.