Transportation Systems Analysis

The Transportation Systems Analysis (TSA) Group conducts research focused on the interactions between infrastructure, vehicles, and vehicle operators. Much of this research is focused on intelligent transportation systems, especially connected and automated vehicle technology, and planning for the deployment and operation of these technologies. TSA conducts research that helps both the automotive and transportation industries deploy technologies that enhance safety, improve mobility, contribute to economic vitality, and reduce the environmental consequences of transportation.

Research Topics

  • Connected and Automated Vehicles
  • Transportation Systems
  • Mobility
  • Vehicle Safety
  • Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Transportation Planning and Policy
  • Highway Safety
  • Technology Forecasting

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Michigan Connected and Automated Vehicle Working Group


Technical Advisory Council (TAC)


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