ACCESS Magazine Earns 2014 Communications Initiative Award
University of California Transportation Center's ACCESS Magazine has earned the 2014 Communications Initiative Award from the American Planning Association California Chapter. ACCESS Magazine is one of the most widely read publications on transportation research and translates academic research into readable prose, useful for policymakers and practitioners alike.
Rising Researchers at UCCONNECT Earn Cunard Award
UC Berkeley Institute of Transportation Studies doctoral student Jean Doig, alumnus and Penn State University assistant professor Vikash Gayah, and ITS professor Michael Cassidy earned the Transportation Research Board’s Cunard Award for best paper across its Operations Section for a first author under 35.
UCCONNECT Awards Grants
UCCONNECT announces 21 grant awards for fiscal year 2014-2015 for innovative research following a competitive peer-review process of 38 applications. Learn more about the awarded projects.
Access Magazine
Carmaggedon or Carmaheaven?

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. 

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Dissertation Grants available

Applications for UCCONNECT Dissertation Grants are now being accepted. Applications from qualified doctoral candidates are due in two stages with deadlines of Nov 1 and Nov 24.

Student Award
Outstanding Student Nominations

UCCONNECT intends to designate an “outstanding graduate student” through a program jointly sponsored by US DOT and the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC).

Faculty Spotlight
Carlos Daganzo
Carlos Daganzo

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.

Student Spotlight
Kate Deutsch-Burgner

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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