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2023 Transportation Technology Tournament


The National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) and the U.S. DOT ITS JPO's Professional Capacity Building (PCB) Program are hosting a competition for students to work directly with public agencies to solve real-world transportation problems utilizing ITS and TSMO solutions.

This was be the competition's sixth year. The 2018 - 2022 tournaments featured extremely competitive teams with innovative solutions. More information on previous years is available via the menu on your left.


2023 Teams

Finalist Teams in BOLD

College/University Challenge Problem Agency Submissions Student Information
GMU & UVA The project team would provide values by automating the process of assigning a proper collision type based on the narrative descriptions using artificial intelligence approaches. Washington District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT)


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Auburn University Wrong-way driving technology analysis on Heisman Dr, Auburn, AL  


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University of Michigan "The Wolverines" Management and infrastructure-based technology solutions for special event traffic management Michigan DOT


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University of Memphis "Chain Reaction Team" Using available data sources, develop a quantitative analysis tool for evaluating the impacts of new developments on the existing Capital Bikeshare network and develop justification to support DDOT-requested bikeshare stations as mitigation for new developments District DOT ConOps Student Information
Florida International University "Sky Panthers" Using Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) to mitigate congestion and enhance urban mobility Florida DOT


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Florida International University & Florida Atlantic University "Intelligent Transport Titans" Decision support tool for pattern recognition to support signal control City of Boca Raton, Florida ConOps Student Information
University of Memphis "Team Greenway" The Nashville DOT is looking for solutions to deal with issues that occur on Culbertson Road along Mill Creek in Nashville, Tennessee Nashville DOT ConOps Student Information
UMass & Smith College "Pioneer Safety Solutions" Pedestrian hit and run collisions in Nashville, TN Tennessee DOT ConOps Student Information
"Design Thinkers" Improve the crash awareness of West Michigan Transportation Operations Center   ConOps Student Information
University of Memphis "Team Brainstorm" Improve accessibility and connectivity between bus stops and the neighborhood, increasing commuters appeal of using public transportation and easing traffic congestion   ConOps Student Information


If you have any questions, please contact Adam Hopps with the National Operations Center of Excellence.