Clean Transportation Collaborative (CTC)
Who We Are
The Clean Transportation Collaborative (CTC) is an initiative of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) and the Center for Advancing Research in Transportation Emissions, Energy, and Health (CARTEEH) focused on bringing together stakeholders with interests in transportation, energy, and emissions to advance clean transportation. The goal of the CTC is to improve air quality, energy and infrastructure resiliency, and public health in an equitable manner with efficient, cost-effective methods and timelines through collaborative efforts.
The CTC is a member-driven, interdisciplinary collaborative consisting of academic partners, private industry, and the public sector. As there is a renewed focus on clean transportation, including vehicle electrification, there is a need for multiple sectors to collaborate in ways they have never done before. Learning from government and industry stakeholders, the CTC publishes policy briefs, white papers, and other research outputs developed to address practitioner needs.
The CTC provides the opportunity for practitioners, policymakers, researchers, and industry experts to convene to identify opportunities for collaboration, coordination, and capacity building.
Facilitate thought, leadership, and action by harnessing interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral expertise of members and friends to increase the understanding, planning, and implementation of an equitable distribution of benefits associated with the transition to a clean transportation system.
CTC members will come together to reach common goals of:
- Stakeholder collaboration between the Transportation and Energy sectors
- Emission, economic, and technology assessments regarding vehicle technologies
- Use of scientific and objective data to inform researchers and policy makers
- Development of effective approaches to maximize emission reductions
- Advance equity and health outcomes
- Outreach and dissemination of outputs
For CTC inquiries, please contact Ben Ettelman.