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Transportation investments frequently must compete with other forms of government spending for scarce resources. Therefore, being able to accurately measure existing and future congestion is critical and allows decision-makers to develop a more accurate estimate of the potential benefits from the mitigation of congestion. The goals of this study, to be conducted by the National Center for Transportation and Industrial Productivity (NCTIP) at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), are to develop and compute time-based measures that accurately and effectively describe congestion and mobility in New Jersey. 

Principal Investigator: Dr. Lazar N. Spasovic, Director, NCTIP

Project Customer: Robert Miller, Manager, Systems Development and Analysis, NJDOT

Project Manager: Nancy Ciaruffoli, Research Project Manager, NJDOT


NJIT's continuing mission of instruction, research, economic growth and public service has put the institution among the leading comprehensive technological universities in the nation. With over 8,800 students, NJIT is the largest technological university in the New York metropolitan region. 


The National Center for Transportation and Industrial Productivity (NCTIP) at the New Jersey Institute of Technology is one of four national university centers designated under the landmark Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) in 1991, which the U.S. Congress reauthorized, in 1998, as the Transportation Efficiency Act (TEA-21). Evolving from the strategic planning process of the U.S. Department of Transportation's University Transportation Centers Program, the purpose of NCTIP is to find ways to increase industrial productivity through improvements in transportation. 


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