2002 (when the photo was taken)Student Description
TTI is an official research agency for the Texas Department of Transportation and the Texas Railroad Commission. TTI works closely with many state and federal agencies as well as the private sector to improve the safety and efficiency of the transportation system.
TTI employs about 570 people - 275 professionals, 105 support staff and 190 students, divided about evenly between graduate and undergraduate students. About 45 members of the TTI professional staff hold joint academic appointments.
Dedicated to enhancing the economic competitiveness of the state and improving the quality of life for Texans, the Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) is the largest university-affiliated transportation research agency in the United States. Created in 1950 in response to the needs of the Texas Highway Department, TTI has since broadened its focus to address all modes of transportation - highway, air, water, rail and pipeline. TTI is a state agency and a member of The Texas A&M University System.
Through a program of practical, applied research, TTI helps a wide variety of sponsors address a range of transportation challenges. For example, through decades of research in just the highway area - planning, design, construction, maintenance, safety and operations - virtually every mile of roadway in Texas has been positively impacted by some aspect of the TTI program. Through research, development and technology transfer, TTI is helping to meet the transportation needs of tomorrow.
Kyle Field at Texas A&M University. Largest Football
George Bush Presidential Library and Museum on the Texas
The nationally famous, FIGHTIN' TEXAS AGGIE BAND
The Albritton Bell Tower dominates this night-time view of
Olsen Field at Texas A&M University (Largest Crowd 11,052)
Reed Arena at Texas A&M University (Largest Crowd 12,633)
Over 82,000 gather to remember the victims of the terrorist
This fountain on the Texas A&M campus is known as the 'Fish
Military Walk, a tree lined walkway from the Memorial
A view of the Texas A&M University campus from Old Main
On Campus: Autumn comes to Aggieland.
Fountains in the Chemistry Plaza. Harrington Tower is
Looking down at the Aggies coming to the game from high atop
A view of the campus looking from the northside dorms
Pictured is the Sbisa Dining Hall, a 137,900 square foot
From 1909 to 1999 Texas A&M University students have worked
This sculpture on the Texas A&M Campus honors the Aggie
Pictured is the Alumni Center at Texas A&M University, home
The Zone at Kyle Field is located at the north endzone of the
Texas A&M University's Fightin' Texas Aggie Band—With
Pictured is Texas Aggie Muster at Reed Arena. Muster is
The Texas A&M University Aggie Ring is a tradition as
David G. Eller Oceanography and Meteorology Building
Rudder Tower is a multi-purpose administrative and
Texas A&M University has the largest college of
Jack K. Williams Administration Building Enterence
The Butler Building houses classrooms, laboratories of
Fransis Hall - Recreation, Parks and Tourism Sciences
Aerial View of a part of the Texas A&M "West Campus".
Aerial view of a part of the Texas A&M "Research Park" and
this is me in my first playoff game this past football year,