Posted: Monday, November 15, 2021. 11:24 am CST.
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Representatives of the University of Texas at Tyler (UTT) visited Corozal Town on Thursday to conduct a traffic assessment aimed at improving traffic safety. According to the Corozal Town Council (CTC), the UTT group visited areas of concern in Corozal Town to analyze effective traffic safety methods that can be applied.
“Engineering students of Centro Escolar Mexico Junior College also participated in the field visit to gain knowledge and experience,” said the CTC.
During their visit to Corozal Town, the UTT team met with Mayor Vellos and members of the Council’s Municipal Traffic Advisory Committee, including Vice-Chairman Hugo Gonzalez, to discuss areas of collaboration.
Mayor Rigo Vellos, Deputy Mayor Otoniel Riveroll, and Traffic Councillor Miguel Montalvo expressed their gratitude to the UTT Group.
“The Council embraces the strong cooperation with representatives of UTT as it seeks to improve traffic management and safety in our community,” said the CTC.
“On behalf of The UT Tyler Center for Caribbean and Central American Initiatives, we want to express our gratitude to Hugo Javier Gonzalez for making this a reality,” said Dr. Yanira Oliveras of UTT College of Education and Psychology. “We are looking forward to our continued collaboration with the Corozal Town Council.”
The UTT team is comprised of Dr. Wes Hickey, Dean of the College of Education & Psychology of the University of Texas at Tyler; Dr. Yanira Oliveras, Associate Professor at the College of Education & Psychology of the University of Texas at Tyler, and Dr. Mathew Vechione, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at the College of Engineering at the University of Texas at Tyler.
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