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Partnering for a more pedestrian-friendly city

A safer city from the pedestrian perspective is the promise of a new partnership between the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Center for Urban Informatics and Progress, the Chattanooga Department of Transportation and two global leaders in traffic monitoring and managing technology.

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2020: Looking back on the year that was

  No denying 2020 has been a tough year, not just for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, but around the world. But the year has had moments of happiness and pride and  excitement at UTC. COVID-19 The pandemic dominated the news worldwide in 2020 and UTC dealt with it, too. In mid-March, University officials made the decision to close student housing and cancel on-campus activities in an effort

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G20 Alliance will conduct ‘Smart City’ research around the world

UTC research helps Chattanooga become one of two U.S. cities to be invited to join the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance.

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Project studies how to get public transportation into neighborhoods

UTC’s Chandra Ward is part of a $3.9 million project to study the Chattanooga transit system.

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Funds will expand the study of vehicle accidents and pedestrian safety

Jeremy Roland has no fear standing in front of the Chattanooga City Council and asking for money. “None,” said Roland, who is pursuing a master’s degree in computer science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His fellow researcher feels the same. “No nerves! I believe we all have the same goals so I am very excited!” said Austin Harris, who graduated from UTC in 2015 with a bachelor’s

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