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Transportation Group

Advancing Transportation Systems

The transportation engineering program at the University of Dayton is committed in facilitating and supporting student success by providing excellent educational opportunities that involve theoretical and hands-on experiences, services to the community, and design and research skills in the undergraduate and graduate curriculums. The curriculums incorporate elements of problem-based learning that are geared toward exposing the students to real-world transportation-related problems. 

Transportation engineering encompasses teaching and research of transportation system planning, design and operations. The Transportation Lab provides the necessary equipment and space for traffic control and analysis, system planning, model development and testing, intelligent transportation system evaluation, highway safety assessment and crash data analysis.

Signal System Design and Implementation

  • Laser speed
  • GPS
  • Traffic controller assembly
  • Traffic signal system

  • HCS
  • Synchro
  • SIDRA Intersection

Transportation Planning Software
  • QRS II
  • Cube

  • AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Microstation/GEOPAK

  • SAS
  • SPSS

Local Agencies and Firms: Partner with Us

The University of Dayton is a champion of the learn and serve philosophy. If your agency or firm has an applied research or design project that would be appropriate for an undergraduate or graduate student, please contact Dr. Deogratias Eustace. Faculty, students and local agencies will all benefit.


Transportation Group, Dr. Deogratias Eustace, Director

Kettering Laboratories
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0243