Upcoming Events

Webinar: Cost-Sharing Mechanisms for Ride-Sharing

This webinar will first identify the desirable properties that a good cost-sharing mechanism shall have and then propose specific mechanisms for the static scenario where all the information for the passengers is known in advance.

Webinar: Ridehailing and Public Transit Partnerships

Ridehailing and Public Transit Partnerships Event Overview

This webinar draws on three interrelated studies exploring how ridehailing and other shared-use mobility services are impacting transportation planning and public transit agencies.

Past Events

Webinar: Wildlife Behavior in Response to Traffic Disturbance

Traffic impacts on wildlife behavior are largely unknown, but may be the primary determinant of wildlife distribution in response to fragmentation from roads. This webinar will present findings from 3 years of research by the Road Ecology Center at the University of California, Davis on the distribution of wildlife relative to highways and their behavior in response to instantaneous traffic disturbance.

Webinar: The Many Benefits of Reducing Car Dependence

This webinar synthesizes existing research on the many household- and community-level benefits of reducing car dependence, especially when it is done through land use and transportation planning that promotes alternative travel modes.

CANCELLED: 3 Revolutions Policy Conference 2020

Please note: This event has been cancelled

Note from event organizers: "The health and safety of our partners and network of friends always come first. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to seeing you at a future date.

Addressing Cycles of Inequality: A Talk on Mobility Justice featuring Mimi Sheller

Day One: Keynote Talk by critical mobilities scholar Mimi Sheller, author of Mobility Justice: The Politics of Movement in an Age of Extremes. Day Two: Workshop - Participants will collaborate at a closed workshop to produce an interdisciplinary mobility justice research agenda that draws on bike equity and racial justice.