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Crossing-i System by Michigan Tech Demonstrated at the Transportation Technology Center

January 2024 -RT&S

The Crossing-i System, a drone inspection technology for grade crossing recently developed by the Michigan Tech Research Institute (MTRI) at the TTC aims to combat the inappropriate grade crossing design, inadequate sight distance triangles, and vehicles stuck on humped grade crossings that lead to thousands of accidents annually. Read more about the crucial role the TTC played in this life-saving technology.

Alternative Power, Specialized Response

December 1, 2023

The Ambipar Response Training Center (ARTC) at the Transportation Technology Center (TTC) is a key player in providing specialized hazardous materials (HAZMAT) response training for the ever-evolving landscape of lithium-ion battery powered and hydrogen-fueled railway vehicles.

Colorado Governor Experiences Hydrogen Train at the Transportation Technology Center (TTC)

Pueblo, CO, November 27, 2023

Colorado Governor Jared Polis, along with local public officials, visited the Federal Railroad Administration’s (FRA’s) Transportation Technology Center (TTC) in September to ride a hydrogen train being tested at the facility. The TTC is managed on behalf of FRA by ENSCO, Inc.

ENSCO Welcomes Government, Industry, and Academic Leaders for the TTC First Annual Conference & Tour

Pueblo, CO, November 10, 2023

ENSCO, Inc. hosted more than 300 attendees from government, industry, and academia for the Transportation Technology Center First Annual Conference & Tour on November 7-8 in Pueblo, Colorado. The two-day event was held at both the Pueblo Convention Center and the Transportation Technology Center (TTC).

High-Speed Adjustable Perturbation Test Track for Vehicle Testing at the Transportation Technology Center

October 30, 2023

A specially designed adjustable track at the Transportation Technology Center (TTC) in Pueblo, Colorado can be configured to introduce known geometry perturbations. The track, known as the High-Speed Adjustable Perturbation Test Track (HS-APTT), represents a unique capability for Track Geometry Measurement System (TGMS) development, assessment, and calibration.