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  •  Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen talks about factors in tomorrow's transit landscape.

    Next City
  •  Transportatoin Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen joins KALW panel to discuss the remaining technical challenges and questions raised by the proliferation of these autonomous vehicles, including how we might benefit and how autonomous vehicles might change our landscape.

  • Steven Shladover, a manager at the Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology program comments on One Car Can Prevent a Traffic Jam: With congestion getting worse, proponents advise techniques such as preventing bottlenecks, letting others cut in; the problem with tailgaters via the Wall Street Journal.

    Wall Street Jouranl
  •  Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen talks about car sharing and using Airbnb type services for people to rentour their rivate car in Would You Rent Your Car to a Total Stranger? Airbnb like services for car owners are expanding in Europe.

    Bloomberg news
  •  PATH research engineer Steven Shladover talks to KQED about self driving cars in How Safe Is Safe Enough for a Self-Driving Car?

  • Jitendra Malik, a UC Berkeley Deep Drive researcher in computer vision for three decades, doesn’t own a Tesla, but he has advice for people who do. “Knowing what I know about computer vision, I wouldn’t take my hands off the steering wheel,” he said.

    New York Times
  • Transpotation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen and LBNL's Jeffrey Greenblatt comment on These Researchers think we're nearing 'peak car' - and consequences could be dramatic for the Washington Post.

    Washington Post
  • Transportation Sustaianbility Research Center report Shared Mobility: Current Practices and Guiding Principles and work with the US DOT highlighted.


  • Susan Shaheen, co-director of UC Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center talks about the future of transit with Next City.

    Next City
  •  The future of transportation could very well be unrecognizable compared with today’s system: self-driving pods packed with carpoolers, electric motors, multi-modal journeys, invisible conversations between machines. But that’s the future. And while some of these things are beginning to creep into society, Susan Shaheen isn’t ready to fly the banner of the future just yet.

    Government Technology