Leonard Transportation Center
Founded in 2006, the center was created through a multi-year grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation and matched with funding from the California Department of Transportation. The center primarily attends to the Inland Empire's transportation needs, while serving as a focal point within the region to maximize the impact of local transportation initiatives. One focus is on the policies and practices that impact effective movements of people and goods within and through the Inland Empire. The center's national and regional objectives are threefold: 1) Basic and applied research, the products of which are judged by peers or other experts in the field of transportation to advance the body of knowledge in transportation; 2) An education program relating to transportation that includes multidisciplinary course work and participation in research; and 3) An ongoing technology transfer program that makes transportation research results available to potential users in a form that can be implemented. The theme of the center is Decision-Making and Management of Transportation Systems.
Director: Dr. Kimberly Collins email@example.com 909-537-5762 firstname.lastname@example.org
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