Winter 2020

Archived Seminars

March 13, 2020

Roundabouts of a Figurative Kind:  Reflections on the beliefs that dominate transportation planning

Susan Handy - Professor in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy and the Director of the National Center for Sustainable Transportation at the UC Davis

March 6, 2020

Dynamic User Equilibrium of Mobility-on-Demand System with Linear Programming Rebalancing Strategy

Rongsheng Chen, University of Minnesota, Ryuichi Kitamura Award recipient

February 28, 2020

Integration of Life Cycle Assessment into Planning and Pavement Design

Milena Rangelov, Visiting Sustainable Pavements Research Associate, National Academy of Sciences Postdoctoral Fellow, Office of Preconstruction, Construction and Pavements, Federal Highway Administration

February 21, 2020

Rethinking the impacts of transport infrastructure - a holistic life cycle approach

Shoshanna Saxe, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Mineral Engineering. University of Toronto

February 14, 2020

Vision Zero in San Francisco: Advancing Public Health and Equity

Megan L. Wier, Director, Program on Health, Equity & Sustainability; Co-Chair, San Francisco Vision Zero Task Force; Environmental Health Branch, Population Health Division; San Francisco Department of Public Health

February 7, 2020

Population-based strategies to improve driving safety

Linda Hill, Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Public Health, UC San Diego

January 31, 2020

Streets of the Future, Is 2020 a Tipping Point?

Janet Attarian, Senior Mobility Strategist I Principal, SmithGroup

January 24, 2020

California High-Speed Rail: Delivering a Transformative Investment

Margaret Cederoth, Director of Planning and Sustainability, California High-Speed Rail

January 10, 2020

Pavements, freight and vehicles – we all need and affect each other

Wynand Steyn, Head of Department of the Department of Civil Engineering and professor, University of Pretoria

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