Since its launch, the Transport Operations Research Group (Torg) has continued to be at the forefront of the industry, influencing transport systems both in the UK and abroad.
What does TORG stand for?
TORG stands for Transport Operations Research Group (University of Newcastle, UK)
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- Termination of Resuscitative Efforts
- Teachers' Overseas Recruiting Fair (Canada)
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- Tethered Orbital Refueling Facility (NASA)
- Test of Russian as Foreign Language (Education Bureau; Russia)
- Task Order Request for Proposals (Maryland Department of Information Technology)
- Thoracic Oncology Research Group (medicine)
- Top of Rail Height
- Tournament of Roller Hockey Series
- Table of Radioactive Isotopes (chemistry)
- Taiwan Ocean Research Institute (est. 2008)
- Texas Offenders Reentry Initiative (Dallas, TX)
- Toast of the Résumé Industry
- Translational Oncology Research International
- The Outer Rim Infonet Service (Star Wars role-playing resource)
- Training and Operational Readiness Information Services (US DoD)
- Training and Operational Readiness Information Services - Training Figure of Merit (US DoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Prof Phil Blythe is professor of intelligent transport systems and director of the transport operations research group at Newcastle University.
P3 will be using the resources of the Transport Operations Research Group based at the UK's Newcastle University to maximize the potential benefits of the bus tracking system for end users.
Cenex is delivering the trials in partnership with Newcastle-based consultancy Future Transport Systems and Newcastle University's Transport Operations Research Group.
The Transport Operations Research Group (Torg) at Newcastle University has developed "smart dust" technology which involves using tiny wireless sensors.
But the transport operations research group at Newcastle University has voiced its disappointment with the no vote on the pay-as-you-drive scheme in Manchester.
MOST experts - and we have a whole crowd of the UK's finest right here at Newcastle University, in our Transport Operations Research Group - are sure that it will.
Professor of Transport Phil Blythe, who runs the university's transport operations research group, said: "There is a real opportunity for Newcastle to become a world leader in this technology.