USDOT Secretary Foxx talks about CMU’s Transportation Deployment Success

Carnegie Mellon University was the only university represented at last week’s Infrastructure Investment Structure Summit hosted at the U.S. Treasury Department by the Secretaries of Transportation and Treasury. Secretary Foxx talks about CMU’s successful model in Pittsburgh researching, developing and deploying technology-based solutions for region’s infrastructure, including reducing traffic congestion and reducing the cost of road and bridge maintenance.  CMU’s Traffic21 Institute and Technologies for Safe and Efficient Transportation, The USDOT National University Transportation Center for Safety, work together to solve real world traffic problems in Pittsburgh.