Led by the UNC Highway Safety Research Center, the NC Transportation Center of Excellence in Advanced Technology Safety and Policy, or TSAP (“tee-sap”) for short, is a three-year research program focused on building knowledge on the role of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) in roadway safety and mobility and improving existing infrastructure to advance road safety, mobility, and accessibility.
TSAP, A Partner in Ensuring a Safe, Efficient Transportation Future for North Carolina
As the presence of CAVs and other new mobility modes increase in North Carolina, TSAP will play an important role in ensuring that North Carolina has a safe, efficient transportation future.
TSAP was one of three university research programs to receive a $1 million NC Department of Transportation grant in February 2020 through the Transportation Center of Excellence Initiative to study future transportation challenges in North Carolina. View complete NCDOT announcement here.
Check out our latest Spotlights on the Project 1 team’s work visualizing CAV-ready cities, Project 2 team’s work to improve pedestrian signal accessibility, and Project 5 team’s work planning for advanced technology data readiness.
TSAP partners regularly prepare articles, reports, and conference papers that reflect the focus of the Center’s research. Check out the latest additions.
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