The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s (TTI) Infrastructure Investment Analysis Program has extensive expertise in Transportation Economics and Finance Research. TTI works closely with public agencies and private sector companies around the world to evaluate the economic benefits and costs of the transportation network, as well as to answer critical financial questions.
Whether a research project involves developing a unique financial modeling tool capable of projecting combinations of present and proposed revenues, or calculating economic costs resulting from construction project delays, experts at TTI have a proven capability of meeting sponsor requirements.
- Employ applied economic analysis techniques to address critical transportation issues
- Develop and utilize benefit-cost techniques
- Work with hundreds of public, private and trade groups to provide unbiased, objective-based economic research
- Form partnerships with federal, state, MPO, local and private sponsors to evaluate transportation funding and financing alternatives using quantitative analysis techniques
- Respond frequently to questions regarding bonds, credit and debt analysis, revenue and expense forecasts, as well as other finance-related topics on as-needed basis