Weigh-in-Motion (WIM) field data collection in Irvine, California

Alexis Gaddy describes her work with nationwide truck parking data

Karla Corro Diaz and Taslima Akter present posters at the ARDOT Research Day in Hot Springs, Arkansas

ITE Student Chapter attends Student Leadership Summit hosted by Purdue University

University of Arkansas Women's Giving Circle award reception

Dr. Hernandez and Kate Hyun (UCI) install sensor equipment in California

K-12 Summer Outreach program teaches girls about traffic signal timing

Lidar sensor for classifying trucks by body type

MOVITE Fall Meeting 2018 in Lenexa, Kansas

Welcome to the Freight Transportation Data Research Lab

The Freight Transportation Data Research Lab is a research group under the direction of Sarah Hernandez within the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Arkansas. Our group focuses on addressing freight transportation planning challenges for long range planning in the public sector. Research areas include: applications of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) technologies to address freight data gaps, modeling approaches to fuse new and emerging freight data sources to support long range planning, and generation of freight performance measures to support public sector decision making.

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