Welcome to the Technologies for Safe and Efficient Transportation (T-SET) University Transportation Center (UTC) website.
From 2012 – 2018, the CMU-Penn T-SET UTC focused on research and ultimately deployment of technologies for safe and efficient transportation. The thrusts of the T-SET UTC were structured along 5 core areas: In-Vehicle Technologies, Infrastructure Technologies, Human-Vehicle Interactions, Mobility/Data Analytics and Policy.
The T-SET UTC was housed in the Carnegie Mellon University Traffic21 Institute. The Institute was multi-disciplinary and its goal is to design, test, deploy and evaluate information and communications technology based solutions to address the problems facing the transportation system of the Pittsburgh region and the nation. For a complete listing of projects conducted as part of the T-SET UTC and the Traffic21 Institute, click here.
In 2016, the National University Transportation Center for Improving Mobility (Mobility21) was launched as part of the Traffic21 Institute. By leveraging new technologies and revolutionary trends in transportation, Mobility21 aims to research, develop and deploy cutting edge technologies, policies, and develop educational programs to lay the groundwork for next-generation vehicles and mobility services for all.
Please visit Traffic21 for updates on the Institute and Mobility21 to see the work being done through the current UTC.