Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen talks about How Zipcar Is Reducing Car Congestion On College Campuses with Fast Company Co-Exist.
Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology Program Manager Steven SHladover talks about the question "With the advent of driverless cars, will parents today even need to teach their kids how to drive?" with New Atlas.
UC Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center will assess the impact of the projects and understand how implementation of these programs meet the goals that were outlined in the grant proposal.
San Francisco and ITS Berkeley collaborate to receive $11 million from the federal government for projects to encourage carpools, time traffic signals for transit and pedestrian safety, and test driverless passenger shuttles at Treasure Island.
The U.S. Department of Transportation today awarded the City of San Francisco and its partner UC Berkeley $11 million to fund six innovative projects aimed at reducing traffic congestion and creating a safer and more efficient transportation system.
The University of California, Berkeley announced today that it has joined forces with CyberTran International Inc. (CTI), STANTEC, a global Architecture and Engineering firm, and a group of small businesses to apply jointly to the MacArthur Foundation’s 100 & Change Grant program. The grant would finance the development of a rapid –over 100 mph – UltraLight Rail Transit (ULRT) system technology pioneered by CTI.
UC Berkeley’s Partners in Advanced Partners in Advanced Transportation Technology (PATH) has decades of experience in the automated vehicle field.
Transportation Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen talks about factors in tomorrow's transit landscape.
Transportatoin Sustainability Research Center Co-Director Susan Shaheen joins KALW panel to discuss the remaining technical challenges and questions raised by the proliferation of these autonomous vehicles, including how we might benefit and how autonomous vehicles might change our landscape.