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CAIT-UTC-REG40

The primary goal of this proposal is to evaluate a state of the art technology in roadway profiling called Zero Speed Profiling. Conceptually developed under NCHRP Project 10-93, “Measuring, Characterizing, and Reporting Pavement Roughness of Low-Speed and Urban Roads,” this research study will evaluate the…

IPProject Status: In Progress Fiscal Year: FY2018/2019
138 RU9091

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Traffic Operations South had a need for efficient paperless case data entry solutions for their Emergency Service Patrol (ESP) personnel, to capture and collect traffic incidence assistance data. Currently, the paperless data entry system has been developed and implemen…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2003/2004
CAIT-UTC-018

The objectives of this project are to develop a methodological approach to analyze current and future warehouse/distribution center locations along border regions that can provide greater accessibility and mobility for increasing bi-national freight flows and that are economically feasible. In addition, this project seek…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2012/2013
CAIT-UTC-REG13

Existing infrastructure in the U.S. is deteriorating; the symptoms of overdue maintenance and under investment are ever-present in our society. To ensure the safety of existing infrastructure, on-site life-time inspections and monitoring are required. While these methods yield a great deal of raw and analyzed data, curre…

IPProject Status: In Progress Fiscal Year: FY2018/2019
CAIT-UTC-005

This research is necessary to help the Virginia DOT take advantage of state-of-the-art tools and methods in data analysis and data mining to help them better understand bridge performance in Virginia and to mo…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2011/2012
266-RU3444

The objective of this project is to identify the actual current use of continuous recording in demand response or other public transportation applications in the US, determine the projected costs per vehicle within the next three years for continuous recording vs. Drive Cam type, document actual use of continuous recordi…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2010/2011
FHWA NJ 1998 007

The objectives of this study were to perform computer simulations of vehicle-curb and vehicle-berm impacts, to characterize the behavior of a wide range of vehicle types after such impacts, and to produce design and evaluation trajectory data for use by NJDOT engineers. The impact simulations performed involved a wide va…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY1996/1997
NJIT RU8466

The New Jersey Department of Transportation has planned to evaluate the variability of travel times for some of New Jersey’s congested highways. In order to identify highways with high variability in day-to-day travel times to work, obtaining good estimates with high accuracy of non-recurring delay from incidents (…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2007/2008
CAIT-UTC-NC55

The goal of this research project is to validate and provide a basis to improve and refine a novel de-icing system for stay-cables. This autonomous de-icing system shows significant potential to cost-effectively remove ice build-up without damaging the protective system of the underlying stay-cable. However, currently th…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2017/2018
CAIT-UTC-NC49

This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of using unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to inspect, inventory, and monitor interchange assets within New Jersey’s road network. The team will use UAS to collect video and photographic data to do preliminary inspections on multiple components of the interchange, including s…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2016/2017