ITS hosts a number of faculty members from nine UC Berkeley academic departments and schools and approximately 150 researchers and students are associated with ITS through our various research and educational activities.
ITS serves as the nucleus for multidisciplinary transportation research, student engagement, and outreach at UC Berkeley and encompasses 11 research centers and programs.
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Our faculty, staff, and students are well published in a variety of journals, publications and books.
Our students are an integral part of the Institute through our research and activities.
Our alumni are a valued resource at ITS Berkeley, and we like to stay connected with them as they continue their career.
Connected Corridors (CC) was a collaborative program to research, develop, and test an Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) approach to managing transportation corridors in California.
Study the mutual interdependence of urban transportation policy, technology and use that understanding to devise sustainable transportation strategies for cities
Supports faculty within its consortium to pursue research aligned with our new center's broad theme of promoting economic competitiveness by enhancing multimodal transport for California and the region
To accelerate the implementation of research results and the deployment of technical solutions to enable a safer, cleaner, and more efficient surface transportation system
Serves as Region 9 University Transportation Center (UTC) of the U.S. Department of Transportation, which includes Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, Guam, and California, and serves the mobility needs of the state of California