Celebrating its 25th anniversary, NJDOT's annual Research Showcase this October highlighted the benefits of transportation research, recognized leaders in the field, and featured research presentations from faculty and students.
Five soon-to-be graduates at Camden, NJ's Mastery High School have landed apprenticeships at the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, where they will learn and practice over the next four years.
Created by a partnership between UITP, NJ TRANSIT & Rutgers CAIT, the training courses assemble international experts to share best practices on electric buses, fare management, rail operations and more.
This week (April 17-21) marks National Work Zone Awareness Week. Rutgers CAIT hosted the 2023 NJ Work Zone Safety Conference earlier this month recognizing the need for increased safety and awareness on the state’s local roads and highways.
Recognizing successful research collaboration between the agency and university, On April 6th NJ TRANSIT and Rutgers CAIT hosted a Research & Technology Partnership Forum featuring some of their ongoing projects.
The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) has named Mehdi Javanmard a senior member. He is one of 95 of the foremost emerging academic inventors identified by NAI’s member institutions to be welcomed to the 2023 class of senior members.
A new center designed to educate the current and next generation of transportation leaders to be resilient to challenges of the 21st century has been established at Rutgers through a partnership with two industry leaders.