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Traffic R&D Center in Shiraz
Economy, Auto

Traffic R&D Center in Shiraz

A research and development center specialized in transportation and traffic has opened in the southern city of Shiraz on Saturday. The need for a center focused on transportation issues in the southern regions has for long been a pressing matter, said the head of Shiraz University's R&D center, Mehr News Agency reported. According to Qasem Habib-Agahi, the project was launched last year in collaboration with Shiraz Municipality and Shiraz University. The center will initially dedicate itself to organizing traffic in the city of Shiraz. What's more is that it will help conduct courses in transportation and traffic studies in the University of Shiraz. It has signed memoranda of understanding with two of the country's leading universities, namely Sharif University of technology and Amirkabir University of Technology, and professors from the two universities would cooperate in future projects.   

 

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