Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI) was founded on the basis of the Moscow Institute of Transport Engineers and the Higher Road Traffic School of TsUDORTRANS on December 13, 1930.

Since 1992 it has a technical university status, keeping its traditional name. The scientific and pedagogical work was done by over 800 full and associate professors, including 100 doctors of science and around 500 candidates of science.

Since 2010 the institute has been bearing the new name - Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI).

The university train students on 32 specialities and 9 bachelor training programs. The graduate categories are bachelors, masters, engineers, managers. MADI maintains relations with road system structures in Moscow and regions.

Now MADI comprises over 250 higher education institutions in Russia as part of the Education and Methodics Association for Transport and Technology Complexes and is a coordinating resource center setting forth directions for the improvement, contents, methodology and practice of teaching disciplines related to the development of motor transport and road system.

MADI does systematic work to enhance scientific research and to involve the public in solving traffic safety issues:

  • The university’s scientist group actively participates in the work of the Traffic Safety Commission and the Center for Strategic Developments under the Russian Government;
  • MADI representatives are members of the Federation Council and State Duma Working Group on the Improvement of Transport and Traffic Safety Regulatory Framework and Legislation;
  • The university, represented by RAS Corresponding Member V.M. Prikhodko and a group of MADI scientists, is a part of the Working Group on Preparing Questions on Traffic Safety and Innovative Development of the Russian Transport System for meetings of the RF State Council Presidium;
  • The university is one of the main scientific implementers of the Federal Target Program on Traffic Safety;
  • The university represents the Russian Federation at The Forum of European Road Safety Research Institutes (FERSI)

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