Transportation Team at Berkeley


The modeling and analysis of travel demand patterns based on land use analysis and open-source data. An examination of the social, environmental, technical, and financial implications of capital projects or policies to achieve mobility for everyone.


The detailed development of plan sheets which detail roadway or urban design corridor design, striping, signing, lighting, grading, drainage, geotechnical, construction notes, and other discipline-specific documentation.


The design and optimization of scheduled and dynamic infrastructure such as traffic signals, bus and trail schedules, intelligent transportation systems, speed monitoring, and integration needs. Use of optimization software and analysis methods.

Data Science

The use of urban data, network science, and other types of analytics to improve the planning and operational aspect of transportation systems, such as large-scale traffic data analysis, geospatial data analysis, and socio-economic data analysis.

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