The Thomas D. Larson Pennsylvania Transportation Institute is Penn State’s transportation research center. Since its founding in 1968, the Larson Institute has maintained a threefold mission of research, education, and service. The Institute brings together top faculty, world-class facilities and enterprising students from across the University in partnership with public and private stakeholders to address critical transportation-related problems.
- Transportation Infrastructure Program (TIP)
- Transportation Operations Program (TOP)
- Vehicle Systems and Safety Program (VS&S)
- Bus Research and Testing Center (BRTC)
- Center for Dirt and Gravel Road Studies (CDGRS)
- Mid-Atlantic Universities Transportation Center (MAUTC)
- Northeast Center of Excellence for Pavement Technology (NECEPT)
21st Century Automotive Challenge
21st CENTURY AUTOMOTIVE CHALLENGE
Frederick “Bud” Wright to Deliver Larson Distinguished Lecture
University Park, Pa. – The Thomas D. Larson Pennsylvania Transportation Institute has announced that Frederick “Bud” Wright will deliver the Spring 2014 Thomas D. Larson Distinguished Transportation Lecture on April 11 at 1:30 p.m. at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel. The lecture, titled...