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The future of transportation infrastructure

When you think about transportation, you may think about getting in your car, riding a city bus, trucks hauling goods. All of those actions are at the core of how we get around and the services that are available in our communities. On this episode of “Devils in the Details,” Ram Pendyala, the director of the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and director of Teaching Old Models New Tricks — or TOMNET — at ASU, which is Tier 1 University Transportation Center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation, talks about the importance of transportation infrastructure and how our patterns will help shape the future of our mobility.

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