Carnegie Mellon University welcomed the transportation secretary as it celebrated a landmark day for one of its groundbreaking programs.
Carnegie Mellon University celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Traffic21 program on Thursday.
The program’s goal is to design, test, and develop technology to address traffic problems in the Pittsburgh area.
CMU’s groundbreaking program has already made a major impact on the community.
“The work of Traffic21 and its university transportation center has resulted in three spinoff companies that have created hundreds of technology jobs in Pittsburgh, attracted tens of millions of dollars in private investment,” noted CMU president Farnam Jahanian at a special two-day conference that began Thursday.