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Transportation Safety Research
Continues to extend traditional areas of competency at PATH, mainly in vehicle-highway cooperation and communication, and “science of driving’ investigations on driving behavior.
Traffic Operations Research
Focuses on advancing the state-of-the-art in traffic management and traveler information systems, and producing results that can be implemented in the field.
Sustainability
Developing technical innovations to improve vehicle, transit, and operational efficiencies and reduce the impacts transportation has on the environment.
Modal Applications
Investigates new concepts, methods, and technologies for innovating, enhancing and improving transit solutions.
Integrated Corridor Management
Focuses on implementing new and proven corridor management technologies to improve transportation and manage a corridor as one cohesive system.
Automated and Connected Vehicles
Advancing technologies that connect vehicles to surrounding infrustructure and other vehicles or automates vehicle processes.
Transportation Safety Research
Traffic Operations Research
Sustainability
Modal Applications
Integrated Corridor Management
Automated and Connected Vehicles
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Berkeley DeepDrive
Advanced Computer Vision and Machine Learning


UC Berkeley PATH is pleased to announce the creation of the Berkeley DeepDrive (BDD) Industry Consortium. This research alliance will investigate state-of-the-art technologies in computer vision and machine learning for automotive applications. Professor Trevor Darrell, Faculty Director of PATH, will lead the BDD center, with Ken Goldberg and Thomas West serving as associate directors.

 

News

The Connected Corridors newsletter, for the Summer of 2016, is available HERE.

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With the passage of SB-32, in late August, California will retain its international leadership position on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Under SB-32, the state would reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030. This expands and extends the reduction goals of AB-32, the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006.

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Paris just banned all cars made before 1997
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Congratulations Columbus!
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ITS Award Ceremony May 11, 2016 at 4 pm - 5 pm
Congratulations to Francois Dion and Kun Zhou of CA PATH on their Culture of Excellence Award

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PATH's Steven Shladover talks about how truck platooning can save fuel, improve safety and decongest traffic with KTVU.  
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Nissan, Savari, UC Berkeley and the City of Sunnyvale Announce Real-World V2X Testbed - Smart City Initiatives Deliver Innovative Solutions for Easing Traffic Congestion, Enhancing Emissions and Public Safety
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Ford, Volkswagen and Toyota are funding artificial intelligence research at the University of California at Berkeley.  
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