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  •  Otto, a self-driving truck startup acquired by Uber last month, aims to make the transportation of goods safer and more efficient. Highlighting the ultimate challenge of Otto's strategy, Steven Shladover, a research engineer and manager at Berkeley's California Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology Program (PATH), says: "The consequences of a software bug causing a 40-ton truck to veer out of control are far worse than the consequences of a similar bug on a two-ton car, which is likely to be terrifying for the general public and their elected representatives, who oversee the safety regulators."

    MIT Technology Review
  •  Transportation Sustainability Research Cetner Co-Director Susan Shaheen talks about Mobility and the Sharing Economy to Infinite Earth Radio.

    Infinite Earth Radio
  • Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen talks to Time Magazine about Google Is Driving a Blurry Line With Waze Carpool Pilot.

    TIME
  • Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen talks about rife sharing serives regarding how the city of Centennial thinks it can triple the ridership of its existing dial-a-ride service.

    City Lab
  •  Transportation Sustainbiity Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen comments on Pittsburgh welcoming Uber’s first autonomous ride-sharing vehicles this month.

    City Lab
  •  Ching-Yao Chan, program manager of Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology, talks about safety in self-driving cars for Salon.

    Salon
  •  Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen comments on the ride hailing climate to the San Francisco Chronicle,

    SF Chronicle
  • Transportation Susatainability Research Center Co-Director Tim Lipman talks to ABC 7 News about car battery life as Tesla announces longer charges and faster speeds for their cars.

    ABC 7
  •  Convergence Promotions LLC has entered into a partnership with California PATH (Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology) at the University of California, Berkeley, to advance the technologies that connect vehicles to the surrounding infrastructure and other vehicles. The goal of the partnership will be to provide synergy and communications between academia, public institutions, automobile manufacturers and technology companies in the connected and autonomous vehicle industry.

    ESM Now
  • Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen vomments on the start up climate for ride hailing services.

    New York Tmes