A study by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Transportation Studies showed that for every car-sharing vehicle introduced, as many as 11 privately owned vehicles came off the streets.
A 2013 study at U.C. Berkeley’s Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC) about the safety of lane-splitting is cited in Motorcycle.com.
During a panel discussion at the 3rd Annual Civic & Gov Tech Showcase in San Jose, Calif., Sept. 13, rideshare, industry, academic and municipal experts took to the issues surrounding the technology and discussed how soon they believe it will take root in our daily lives, including PATH Program Manager Ben McKeever.
Truck platooning — also known by the more precise but less compelling term “cooperative adaptive cruise control” — will soon become available to trucking fleets interested in testing the latest in fuel-saving technology.
With California's population projected to grow by 21 million by 2050, rail transportation will be vital to the state's efficient movement of freight and people, a new research report concludes.
Titled "Rail and California Economy," the report presents case studies and analysis of freight- and passenger-rail transportation on land use, freeway congestion and the movement of commodities, and those factors' effects on the state's economy.
The report was prepared by the University of California-Berkeley and released by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).