The Korea Transport Institute (KOTI) is a research agency for the government of the Republic of Korea formed since 11 November 1985. The Korea Transport Institute is the greatest comprehensive research agency in the nation and actively works to develop national transport policies and transport technologies. Lee Chang Woo is President of the Korea Transport Institute. It relocated to the Sejong National Research Complex in Sejong City in December 2014. KOTI consists of 300 personnel of which 230 are in research positions and a total of 99 are Ph.D. holders. Under the president are nine departments with 22 divisions. Research in KOTI focuses on major transport issues in Korea, grouped by theme, short-term research and analysis on transport issues and policy problems. Commissioned Research Reports - as commissioned by the government and domestic/international research organizations.