Researchers at the Transportation Sustainability Research Center are studying both the technical and behavioral aspects of successfully integrating plug-in hybrid electric vehicles into society.

ITS Berkeley News

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     Assemblymemeber Jim Frazier took a tour of UC Berkeley Monday to discuss programs and opportunities.


  • UC Berkeley transportation and planning students were invited to participate in the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and Private Transit: Integration in domestic and international contexts, a symposium sponsored by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations at UC Berkeley Tuesday, Oct. 20. 

  • The eastern span tower of the Bay Bridge in May 2015 (Flickr photo by Kai Friis)

    Replacing the eastern span of the Bay Bridge — a vital link between the East Bay and San Francisco — was originally projected to cost $250 million. By the time the span was completed, the project came in at $6.5 billion. How that happened is the topic of a new book by Karen Trapenberg Frick, a UC Berkeley adjunct professor of city and regional planning and co-director of the UC Transportation Center.