As a central part of its mission, the National Center for Pavement Preservation seeks and engages in active cooperation with other national and regional research / outreach centers working to promote the message of pavement and highway system infrastructure preservation, maintenance, and motorist satisfaction, including (but not limited to) the following:
California Pavement Preservation Center (CPPC) – Established by CALTRANS at Chico State University, the CPPC provides regional and national outreach, training, research and technical assistance to government, industry, and academia in Pavement Preservation.
Center for Transportation Research (CTR) at University of Texas Austin – CTR is a nationally recognized research institution focusing on transportation research, education, and public service.
Midwest Regional University Transportation Center (MRUTC) – The MRUTC represents a regional consortium which focuses on research, outreach, and education in asset optimization and management techniques for transportation infrastructure.
National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT) at Auburn University – NCAT works to improve hot mix asphalt performance through research, education, and information services on a national scale.
National Concrete Pavement Technology Center (NCPTC) at Iowa State University – The Concrete Pavement Technology Center’s focus is on advancing concrete pavement technology through research, technology transfer, and accelerated implementation of promising technologies.
Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) at Texas A&M – TTI focuses on a program of practical, applied research designed to address a wide range of transportation challenges, including those associated with pavements.