Important COVID-19 Info

Testing operations at the Larson Transportation Institute’s Bus Research and Testing Center (BRTC) have resumed, effective July 13, 2020.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, visitors are not currently being admitted to the center's facilities. All bus deliveries must be arranged with BRTC office staff. To confirm testing procedures and obtain prior approval/authorization before arriving at the facilities, please contact the office.

For the latest information about actions Penn State is taking in response to COVID-19, please visit virusinfo.psu.edu.

 
 

About

Established in 1989 by the Pennsylvania Transportation Institute with funding provided by the Federal Transit Administration, the Larson Transportation Institute’s Bus Research and Testing Center tests buses for safety, structural integrity, durability, performance, maintainability, noise, emissions, energy economy, and fuel economy. Based primarily in Altoona, Pennsylvania, the Center also has a facility located at the Larson Transportation Institute Test Track in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.  

Bus Research and Testing Center

2237 Plank Road

Duncansville, PA 16635

Phone: 814-695-3404

Fax: 814-695-4069