UTCA Annual Technology Transfer Program [June 2007]
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UTCA Annual Technology Transfer Program [June 2007]

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      Annual Technology Transfer Program
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      This report summarizes the activities conducted by the University Transportation Center for Alabama Technology Transfer Program during 2006. The project directly related to the technology transfer foundations developed under UTCA Project 03217 - UTCA Technology Transfer Program and continued under Projects 04313 and 05205 - UTCA Annual Technology Transfer Program Continuation. This year focused on expanding the influence of the UTCA beyond Alabama. During 2006, the program hosted a meeting of the Alabama Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ALSITE) attended by more than 70 participants. The events consisted of half-day program of three technical programs followed by a keynote address by the Federal Highway Administration on its Traffic Analysis Toolbox. UTCA assisted in the promotion of a training course entitled “Implementation of FHWA Culvert Management System” in March 2006 and published an issue of the research brief, The UTCA Signal. A Research Symposium- Transportation Career Fair was held in November 2006. Representatives from four private consulting firms and the Alabama Department of Transportation had booths at the Career Fair. Students interacted with these representatives and, in one case, an interview was held for an internship position. The symposium also hosted a seminar on Dynamic Traffic Assignment (DTA). The event was attended by more than 60 individuals representing faculty and students from the three UTCA campuses (UA, UAB, and UAH) as well as transportation agencies and private consulting firms from around the State. Recommendations are offered to facilitate technology transfer at UTCA as the program transitions to an administrative activity.
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