ITS 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.

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     Drawing over 60 scholars and transportation practitioners from across the country and the world, the Connected Corridors program at PATH brought the academic and practical together during an Advancing Traffic Control through Big Data and Connectivity workshop.

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    Tech Transfer's Learn2Launch alums are getting noticed. Alums @Feet_Me and @prynt met with French President during a recent visit to Ecole Polytechnique with entrepreneurs. 


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    University of California at Berkeley is co-hosting the 2015 Disruptive Mobility Summit with MIT Media Lab and the London School of Economics Nov. 11-13 in Cambridge, MA.


  • Stacey, Madanat and Pozdnukhov

    Professors Mark Stacey (PI), with Samer Madanat, and Alexey Pozdnukhov (co-PIs), are investigators on one of several new projects funded by the NSF to address the nation's critical need for more resilient infrastructure and enhanced services.

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    Yi Liu, a Transportation Engineering PhD candidate, is among 20 outstanding early career women in CEE selected to participate in MIT's first ever CEE Rising Stars Workshop.



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    Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen writes an Op Ed on SB 350 with former student Amanda Eaken, transportation director for the urban solutions program at the Natural Resources Defense Council. See what they have to say on the environmental impacts of car sharing in Ride sharing can help state meet climate-change goals in the Sacramento Bee.

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     The ITS Berkeley Transportation Seminar Fall 2015 schedule is now available. Check out who's coming to campus and what topics we'll cover!