The NCST hosted a briefing on Thursday, January 17th, to discuss recent research findings on workforce retention at State Departments of Transportation, and the effectiveness of incentives on the adoption of electric vehicles.
UC Davis was selected as an official affiliate event host for the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS) in San Francisco, CA where, under the leadership of the UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy, hosted four official affiliate sessions.
The seminar describes the development of the used plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market in California and identifies the factors that influence its future growth, which are key to achieving our State’s equity, greenhouse gas, and air quality goals.
California Environmental Protection Agency, Air Resources Board, Coastal Hearing Room, 1001 I Street, Sacramento, CA
This conference offered participants an opportunity to learn more about integrated travel concepts, ask questions, and provide opinion on a statewide integrated travel initiative, with a view to helping shape progress towards a trial within two years.
UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center, 232 Shields Ave, Davis, CA
This webinar highlighted new research exploring the factors affecting the adoption of emerging transportation services like carshare and ride-hailing services, how frequently these services are used, and the effect these services have on the use of other travel modes, including public transportation and driving alone.
This timely briefing presented research insights from leading experts on key topics in transportation, and identified strategies for realizing the potential of the 3 Revolutions in transportation – vehicle sharing, electrification and automation – while minimizing adverse impacts.
Dr. Circella presented results from a study that investigates the factors affecting the adoption and frequency of use of emerging transportation services, including shared mobility services such as car-sharing and ride-hailing (Uber/Lyft).
The University of California Pavement Research Center hosted a Permeable Pavement Workshop to identify knowledge, information, and communication barriers to adoption of permeable pavement of all types.
Odd Fellows Lodge, 415 2nd Street, Davis, CA 95616