PEER Transportation Systems Research Program (TSRP)

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Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center (PEER) has continuing funding from the State of California related to the seismic performance of transportation systems. To optimally use these funds, a long-term strategic plan is being developed by a PEER Transportation Research Committee consisting of Yousef Bozorgnia, Joel Conte, Steve Kramer, and Boza Stojadinovic (chair).

View list of recently funded PEER TSRP PROJECTS with links to detailed project descriptions.


The purpose of the PEER TRP is to reduce the impacts of earthquakes on California’s transportation systems, including highways and bridges, port facilities, high speed rail, and airports. We expect that the research will utilize and extend PEER performance based earthquake engineering methodologies, integrating fundamental knowledge, enabling technologies, and systems. We further expect that the research program will integrate seismological, geotechnical, structural, and socio-economical aspects of earthquake engineering, and involve computational,
experimental and theoretical investigations.

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