For many, they still think of flying cars as a concept of the future But in reality, Swiss customers have already bought their helicopter car, while the passenger drone will start service in Dubai soon.
In late March and April, Institutes of Transportation Studies at UC Berkeley, Davis, Irvine and Los Angeles will be presenting a series of policy forums at the UC Center Sacramento.This series presents the latest thinking and scientific insights on a range of transportation challenges facing our state and nation. More information about the events is listed below. For those of you who are in the Sacramento area, even occasionally, we hope to see you there!
Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen tackles the subject og Understanding The Insurance Risk of Carsharing in Move Forward.
The Institute of Transportation Studies is excited to participate in the Berkeley Graduate Transportation Engineering Program Open House on Monday, April 3, 2017.
Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen comments to CNN Money on ridesharing: Life after Uber: How Austin moved on from a breakup.
Amid PR scandals and shaky financials, some wonder if Uber’s last days are imminent. That may be wishful thinking—but cities can expect to benefit from competition moving in. Transportation Sustainaibulty Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen weighs in on 4 Reasons Why Uber Isn't Doomed in City Lab.
Three big rigs barreled up and down the 110 Freeway on Wednesday, mirroring one another in a tight pattern. The project is part of a collaboration between UC Berkeley Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology and Volvo Group of North America, sponsored by Caltrans and the U.S. Department of Transportation.