Center for Transportation and Logistics
Coveney brought expertise and kindness to MIT, serving as an invaluable member of CTL for 23 years.
In a new book, the founder of MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics examines how increasingly automated industries can sustain jobs.
Smith, in discussion with Center for Transportation and Logistics Director Yossi Sheffi, reflects on 50 years in business and building for the future.
Students, researchers, and actors don AGNES for a taste of the friction, frustration, and fatigue that older adults often experience.
James Rice discusses supply chain resilience and how organizations can prepare for the next big problem.
Program's wide, global reach underlines changes that are transforming professional education.
OMEGA scholarships encourage bonds between younger and older adults.
Program supports family caregivers with dedicated service coordinators based on learning from MIT's AgeLab.
Projects from a new MIT urban studies and planning course speak to the impact of increased longevity on systems and markets.
Twenty winning projects will link industry member priorities with research groups across campus to develop scalable climate solutions.