About the Transportation Technology Journal (TTJ) Updated 1.5.2016
Mission Statement TTJ
goal is to present analysis of technology trends in the transportation industry and the implications for the future. TTJ
is an LWRAS
publication. At this time, TTJ
does not accept articles from outside contributors.
About the Editor
Lori Weisenbach, Ph.D. is the editor of Transportation Technology Journal. Dr. Weisenbach began covering the transportation industry as editor of the Advanced Transportation Technology News [ATTN]. ATTN was a BCC Communications (now called BCC Research and owned by ELI Research) industry newsletter that covered news and developments. Lori Weisenbach edited ATTN for over four years. TTJ
began when Advanced Transportation Technology News [ATTN] ended.
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