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View Resource Institute of Transportation Studies: Videos

The Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) at UC-Berkeley was created in 1948 by the California state legislature in order to look into the situation of transportation facilities across the Golden State. Today, ITS has a wide range of specialists who research everything from transit planning to enhancing the pedestrian experience in cities. Their video collection offers ten videos of events...

View Resource John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center

Named after former U.S. Secretary of Transportation John A. Volpe, the Volpe National Transportation Center was founded in 1970. The Center is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and its mission is "to provide analytical, scientific, and engineering support to the U.S. Department of Transportation." The materials on their site are divided into five areas, including "Centers of Innovation",...

View Resource UC Berkeley Transportation Sustainability Research Center

The Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) at the University of California at Berkeley works in a number of topical areas, and one of these areas happens to be research on sustainable transportation strategies and development. Visitors to the site's homepage can browse through some of the topics along the left-hand side of the site such as "Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles Project", "Low Carbon Fuel...

View Resource Institute of Transportation Studies at UC-Davis

Organized in 1991, the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) at the University of California-Davis has become an internationally recognized center for both applied research and overall scholarship in the field of transportation, serving as a home for 50 affiliated faculty members and a number of graduate students. Here visitors can learn about the Institute, read about educational...

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