UMTRI News and Featured StoriesWheelchair Transportation Safety event – August 5, 2021 Why automated vehicle advocates say the FCC dealt the nation a setback on safety. UMTRI’s Debby Bezzina discusses the latest FCC ruling.Written by: Francine RomineOctober 8, 2020 Wheelchair Transportation Safety event – August 5, 2021 U-M’s Robert Hampshire joins Biden Administration to work on transportation research and technology UMTRI and May Mobility Awarded Funding in USDOT Inclusive Design Challenge $9.95M for “smart intersections” across Ann Arbor The Key to Lifelong Mobility Why automated vehicle advocates say the FCC dealt the nation a setback on safety. UMTRI’s Debby Bezzina discusses the latest FCC ruling. Shuo Feng wins second prize for IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society’s Best PhD Dissertation Award Measuring motion sickness for driverless cars Paul Fancher: A career in transportation research excellence State initiative to design “road of the future” connecting Detroit and Ann Arbor. Hunger and COVID: Fighting pandemic-related food insecurity in Detroit Ellison Zak – Test participant (in car) Laura Malik – Research Associate (Left) Emma Cheyne – Research Assistant (Right) Digitize participant’s posture and seat belt location while seated in the vehicleEllison Zak – Test participant Justin Vellend – Research Assistant Customized data acquisition system (DAQ) in the rear seat.