Berkeley Transportation Letter

From the archives: Spring 2011
How much transit should a city provide? When should planners move people out of their cars and onto transit? The winner of the coveted Newell award helps answer these questions with a system aimed at managing cities' road space to make transportation systems work more efficiently.

Working for the Union Pacific Railroad as an undergraduate gave Rob Leachman, Professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, unique insight into freight movement and supply chains.



A bumper crop of transportation engineering students earned their doctorates during the past year. They look back on what they liked best about their years at ITS, and offer some parting words of wisdom.