UCTC aims to put its research findings into practice, and our results are disseminated to other academics, practitioners and policymakers through publications, conferences, workshops, expert testimony, news media and more.
One key aspect of this is our program of technical assistance.
We make available nearly 900 working papers, research reports, journal article reprints, books, book chapters and other materials stemming from UCTC-funded research through our research page.
UCTC also publishes ACCESS magazine twice a year.
Additionally UCTC faculty members and lead researchers serve on transportation research committees and program and project advisory boards, offer technical assistance to public and private transportation organizations, testify before Congress and state legislatures, and work with private sector firms to further disseminate our research results.
The ITS Professional Capacity Building Program (ITS PCB), in the ITS Joint Program Office, is offering the following Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) Webinar:
Public Transit Intelligent Transportation Systems Implementations – Lessons Learned June 2, 2011
Free. Registration required.
New Research Webinars for Professionals Bridging Transportation Research and Practice:
Topics in Travel Behavior May 11, 2011
Getting Around When Your're Just Getting By: Transporation Survival Strategies of the Urban Poor Evelyn Blumenberg - Mineta Transportation Institute, SJSU
Exploring the Effectiveness of Transit Security Awareness Campaigns in the Bay Area Frances Edwards, Mineta Transportation Institute, SJSU
Energy Information Feedback Field Test: Driver Responses and Behavioral Theory Ken Kurani - Sustainable Transporation Center, UC Davis
Moderated by UCTC Assistant Director Karen Trapenberg Frick
Lessons from Abroad June 15, 2011