Council for Advanced Transportation Studies (1972-79)


Council for Advanced Transportation Studies (1972-79)


The Council for Advanced Transportation Studies (CATS) was formed in 1972 by the President of The University of Texas at Austin as a multidisciplinary transportation research and educational organization, focusing on national, state, and local transportation problems while providing an academic background for the development of professional careers in several fields of transportation.

In addition to Engineering, the university colleges and schools that were active in the Council included: Architecture and Planning, Business Administration, Communication, Education, General and Comparative Studies, Humanities, Law, The LBJ School of Public Affairs, Natural Sciences, and Social and Behavioral Sciences.

CATS was merged with the Center for Highway Research (1963-79) in March of 1979 to become the Center for Transportation Research.


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