Congratulations to the UAV @ Berkeley team who came in second in the University Team competition at the first collegiate drone competition held at Purdue University, fully sanctioned by MultiGP, the largest professional drone racing league in the world, and The Academy of Model Aeronautics.
Congressmember Mark DeSaulnier and Congressmember Kathy Castor visited the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory April 17, 2017.
PATH's Connected Corridors wants to use technology to solve California’s traffic problems. It’s one of the first wide-scale, Caltrans-led attempts at using data, software and traffic patterns to alleviate congestion through travel corridors.
Transportation Sustainaility Research Center research on carsharing featured in Fast Company's AAA Is Planning For A Future Where We Don’t Own Cars–Starting With Carshare.
UC Berkeley Transportation Engineering graduate students Teddy Forscher, Stephen Wong, Hassan Obeid and Amine Bouzaghrane presented posters at the College of Engineering's Dean's Society event on April 12, 2017 on "Rejuvenating America's Infrastructure."
Leaders at the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) Berkeley took center stage on Tuesday, April 4 at the University of California (UC) Center Sacramento, discussing how technological advancements and social changes will impact traffic, focusing specifically on how research at the UC ITS Centers on data and smart cities could improve traffic management.