The Center for Multimodal Solutions for Congestion Mitigation (CMS) is housed in the Transportation Research Center (TRC) and benefits from the technical expertise of its faculty as well as the various laboratories and research facilities, including a fully equipped research vehicle.
The TRC was created in 1972 by the Florida Board of Regents to conduct research related to transportation. It is located at the UF College of Engineering and is affiliated with a significant number of academic departments at UF.
Research at the TRC focuses in the areas of transportation operations and planning, which include work on Traffic Flow, Highway Capacity and Level of Service Analysis; Traffic Signal Control; Traffic Simulation; Travel Behavior and Demand Modeling; Congestion and Toll Pricing; Transportation Networks and Multimodal Transportation; Transportation Policy; Urban and Regional Planning; Tools for Multimodal Analysis; Sea Port, Airport, Railroad Planning, Scheduling, Operations and Optimization; Supply Chains; Geographic Information Systems; Older Driver considerations; Safety, including Bicycle and Pedestrian aspects; and Transportation Software Development. More details on the ongoing projects can be found at Research on the TRC Website.
For more information on the TRC, visit http://trc.ce.ufl.edu/.