Back to top

ITS News

May 20, 2019

Wu Earns M.Eng./EECS Awards

When Fangyu Wu applied to UC Berkeley for the Master in Engineering (M.Eng.) program, he wasn’t quite settled on where he saw his future plans. This all changed on visit day when he decided to pursue his doctoral degree with adviser, ITS Berkeley Director Alexandre Bayen.
May 20, 2019

MCP Symposium

Congratulations to graduating Master of City Planning students for presenting the their professional reports, client reports, and theses at the MCP Symposium Friday, May 17 from 2-5 p.m. in Wurster Hall at the College of Environmental Design.
May 17, 2019

Moran to Study Mircomobility in Vienna

Congratulations to City and Regional Planning doctoral student Marcel Moran for earning the Berkeley-Austria Research Fellow for the summer to study micromobility (bikes + scooters) in Vienna.
May 16, 2019

Tomlin Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Claire Tomlin elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
May 14, 2019

Shifting gears

   The integration of self-driving vehicles requires nuanced policy decisions — now5/1/2019, by Ann Brody Guy | Photos by Adam Lau
May 21, 2019

ITS  Projects Shine at MEng Capstone Showcase

ITS students in the Masters of Engineering (MEng) program had a chance to share the results of their 9-month capstone project at the Capstone Showcase May 10.
May 15, 2019

Making an Impact on Traffic and Energy Use

Making an Impact on Traffic and Energy Use: How the Collaboration with Uber is Moving our Research Forward by Anu Kuncheria, Graduate Student, Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Berkeley and Jane Macfarlane, Director Smart Cities, Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
May 2, 2019

ITS Hosts New École Polytechnique, France President

ITS Berkeley hosted Eric Labaye, the new President of Ecole Polytechnique, France, with a delegation of representatives from École Polytechnique April 29, 2019 to discuss current and future collaborations between UC Berkeley’s College of Engineering, ITS Berkeley and École Polytechnique.
May 3, 2019

Dai Receives Robert P. Wadell Endowed Fellowship for Civil Engineering Innovation

Congrats to Lu Dai, this year's recipient of the Robert P. Wadell Endowed Fellowship for Civil Engineering Innovation
April 25, 2019

ITS Professors Win CITRIS Seed Funding Awards

Congratulations to Scott Moura, Kenichi Soga and Ruzena Bajcsy for winning CITRIS seed funding awards.
April 19, 2019

Alum Testifies to Congress to Invest more in Public Transportation

In testimony before the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Executive Director Therese McMillan (MCP/MS Transportation dual degree ‘84) urged Congress to reauthorize the 2015 Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act.
April 18, 2019

4 Students, 1 alum earn WTS Honors

Congratulations to the four UC Berkeley students who earned scholarships from the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of WTS and Women of the Year Tilly Chang.
April 17, 2019

Request for Proposals 2019-20

SB1 Research Grants
April 19, 2019

ITS Berkeley Takes on Road Charge Discussion

ITS Director Alexandre Bayen, TSRC Director Susan Shaheen, and doctoral students Edward Forscher and Jessica Lazarus take an in-depth look at An Equitable and Integrated Approach to Paying for Roads in a Time of Rapid Change.
April 11, 2019

ITS Berkeley Hosts Panel/Seminar for TE Open House

ITS Berkeley, TRANSOC and CEE hosted 13 prospective Transportation Engineering students at the TE Open House on Friday April 5, 2019.
April 19, 2019

ITS, TSRC Open up Conversation at Caltrans Shared Mobility and Modeling Workshop

(TSRC) co-director Susan Shaheen and researcher Adam Cohen recently opened up the conversation at the Caltrans Shared Mobility and Modeling Workshop held on the UC Berkeley campus on March 22, with TSRC, ITS Berkeley, and the Local Government Commission (LGC)
March 19, 2019

Fostering Conversations in STEM

On March 16, 2019, dozens of young girls and women came together to listen to professionals in the STEM industry share their experiences and influence young women to consider education and career paths in STEM during Conversations in STEM event on the UC Berkeley campus.
March 16, 2019

Civil and Environmental Engineering Open House on Critical Issues in Transportation

Join us for the Civil and Environmental Engineering Open House on Critical Issues in Transportation from 2:00-5:00 p.m. on the Banatao Auditorium (310 Sutardja Dai Hall) April 5 for all accepted Transportation Engineering graduate students.
March 15, 2019

Video: Carlos Daganzo's Distinguished Lecture

Carlos Daganzo, Chancellor's Professor of the Graduate School, delivered the CEE Faculty Distinguished Lecture on Four Physics Stories & their Effect on China's Future Mobility.
March 15, 2019

Shared mobility data platform secures further funding

ITS Berkeley alumni created Populus allows cities to securely access vehicle and trip data from shared mobility operators to help shape transportation policies

Pages