Innovative Mobility Research (IMR) offers several valuable resources to public sector agencies testing new transportation technologies and concepts as well as to private-sector companies developing innovative transportation services and products.
Public and private sector organizations can benefit from in-depth and impartial research information by relying on IMR’s expertise in designing and testing innovative mobility services and technologies. Find out how you can use our group’s expertise and skills to assist you with your project.
The links section offers extensive information on all of IMR’s current research areas as well as other innovative mobility organizations.
IMR researchers come from diverse backgrounds, complementing the multi-disciplinary nature of transportation and transportation solutions. See staff bios. Staff strengths include project design and evaluation, innovative and conventional transportation expertise, land-use and state-of-the art modeling, electronic and cellular technologies, alternative fuel vehicles, carsharing, and leading edge mobility services (e.g., Segway Human Transporter). The team specializes in designing demonstrations to test innovative technology in real-world settings, testing new business models, and in creating public-private partnerships that advance transportation research and improve the field of innovative mobility.
Segway Human Transporter
University of California Riverside
Bourns College of Engineering: Center for Environmental Research and technology