Access Magazine takes a closer look at the parking and housing development correlation, the contrast of Carmageddon or Carmaheaven after a freeway closure, and the Bay Bridge as a megaproject.
The UCCONNECT consortium will be issuing a call for dissertations from doctoral candidates late summer or early fall. Stay tuned for more information on the awards process.
UCCONNECT, UCTC, Department of Transportation Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology, and Caltrans meeting yields basis for strategic vision and 30-year plan.
Recognizing his leardership and contributions in the transportation engineering field, including traffic, transportation, and logistics systems and operations, Chancellor Professor of the Graduate School at UC Berkeley Carlos Daganzo recently was elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
UC Santa Barbara alumna Kathleen E. Deutsch-Burgner is at the top of her field. She earned the best doctoral dissertation award from the Association of American Geographers (TGSG), for "An Investigation in Decision Making and Destination Choice Incorporating Place Meaning and Social Network Influences."
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