Berkeley Transportation Letter

From the archives: fall 2012
UC researchers are on a quest to minimize both greenhouse gas emissions and resurfacing costs for the network of roads throughout the state. The result should give taxpayers the biggest bang for the buck--and lessen the bumps.  

Interested but not ready to commit to grad school in urban planning? A UC Berkeley summer program lets you try it out for six weeks.


Carlos Daganzo, a wizard in the field of transportation science, has officially retired, but continues to teach, to do research, and to mentor students. Former students and colleagues describe his work.