The UTRC was established in order to support research, education and the transfer of technology in the field of transportation. The theme of the Center is Planning and Managing Regional Transportation Systems in a Changing World." Under the direction of Dr. Camille Kamga, the UTRC represents USDOT Region II, including New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Functioning as a consortium of twelve major Universities throughout the region, UTRC is located at the City University of New York, the lead institution of the consortium.
The UTRC Online Submission and Review system is intended for submission and review of Request For Proposals announced by Partner Agencies, UTRC grants, and UTRC scholarships. We hope that this system will help to streamline the submission and review process or our grants and scholarships.
To submit your proposal or application through this system, you need to login, follow all the steps and complete all submission. Please note that submissions that have not been completed will be kept in the system to be edited until the due date of the proposal and application. Incomplete submission will not be considered for review.
2015 UTRC Call for Proposals (Closed)
The Region 2 University Transportation Research Center (UTRC) is pleased to announce the 2015 UTRC Call for Proposals competitive matching grant programs for faculty-initiated projects. Funds are available in the following categories: faculty initiated research, emerging investigators program, research cluster teams, and education/technology transfer.Only faculty at the institutions in the UTRC consortium are eligible to submit a proposal. The RFP is posted at http://www.utrc2.org/research/rfps.
Proposals are due by 5:00 PM EST December 8, 2 014 and must be submitted electronically in Microsoft Word or pdf format with the budget in Microsoft Excel format, through the UTRC on-line submission system (http://www.utrc2.org/welcome-utrc-ii-submission-system ). Please note that you must register for an account prior to submitting. Any issues with the online system should be directed to Nadia Aslam at email@example.com.
2015 AITE Scholarship Applications (Closed)
The purpose of UTRC’s Advanced Institute for Transportation Education (AITE) scholarship program is to increase the knowledge and capabilities of transportation professionals by supporting the pursuit of master’s degrees in transportation-related fields. The program supports both full-time master’s students and professionals working at participating agencies who are looking to increase their expertise through pursuit of a master’s degree. All Universities that are members of the UTRC Consortium are eligible to participate in the AITE Scholarship Program. The details of the full AITE program is available at: http://utrc2.org/education/aite-scholarships.
The application deadline was November 30, 2014. The submitted applicatins will go through a review process and we'll notify the applicants about the final decision soon.