The Center for Intermodal Transportation Safety and Security is a  project led by FAU and designed to address the potential threat of terrorism affecting the safety and general economic welfare of Florida and its transportation-based infrastructure. The center’s primary mission is to support initiatives by the state to protect and encourage the economic vitality of Florida by preventing both terrorism and transportation gridlock, which is estimated to be costing the nation nearly $500 billion annually.

This project includes Florida's 1,197-mile coastline and existing maritime facilities, airspace and airports, telecommunications, surface transportation and subsurface systems such as pipelines. The center brings together specialties in the areas of  transportation and urban planning, architecture, engineering, computer and information science and technology, criminology and public administration.

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