This workshop brought together a diverse group of stakeholders to exchange and discuss unanswered questions and to discuss a proposed road map to fill the gaps in knowledge regarding permeable pavement.
This research brief summarizes the associated project, which developed a methodology that combines urban metabolism and life cycle assessment to examine the life cycle impacts of hardscapes at the urban scale rather than at the product or project scale.
To better understand the link between how new bicycle infrastructure influences the routes that bicyclists choose, researchers analyzed bicyclists’ route choice before and after a 45% increase in bike lanes and 178% increase in sharrows in the City of San Francisco.
To increase the adoption of Alkali activated materials concrete for civil applications such as pavements, it is fundamental to analyze the existing literature to clarify the link between environmental and mechanical performance, identifying opportunities for applications that are tailored to the local availability of raw material, reducing transport environmental costs.
This project measures sidewalk, curb ramp, and curb cut quality data to evaluate pedestrian infrastructure quality. The project considers accessible, active travel for people with physical disabilities.
This project will look at the geospatial modeling of electric vehicles supply equipment (EVSE). This project aims to develop a set of up-to-date geospatial models for future fuel infrastructure transition in California.