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The Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) is the center for transportation research at UCI. ITS is part of both the University of California Transportation Center (UCTC) and the Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways (PATH). ITS also is part of the California Institute for Information Technology and Telecommunications (Calit2), a joint research enterprise of UCI and UC San Diego. Within ITS are various research centers, including the California ATMS Testbed, the Center for Activity Systems Analysis (CASA), the Center for Traffic Simulation Studies (PCTSS), and the Center for Urban Infrastructure. ITS is also a partner with the National Fuel Cell Research Center (NFCRC) in the ZEVNET program.

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ITS ITS, the UCI Institute of Transportation Studies is one of three University of California ITS branches dedicated to transportation research and education.
CASA CASA, the Center for Activity Systems Analysis, a research focus group within ITS Irvine, provides an environment to foster research and development of activity-based and agent-based models of travel and activity patterns.
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UTC The Pacific Southwest Region University Transportation Center was selected as the USDOT Region 9 center for university transportation research focused on Improving Mobility of People and Goods.
Calit2 Calit2, the California Institute for Information Technology and Telecommunications is a partnership between UC Irvine and UC San Diego which teams researchers with industrial partners to extend current information infrastructure to enable high-speed wireless, anywhere/anytime access to a new Internet.
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