On Oct. 25, 2016 the Connected Corridors program staff held an Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation (AMS) workshop at Caltrans District 7 headquarters in Los Angeles. The workshop presented over 30 stakeholders with detailed information on the traffic simulation model developed by PATH and how it will be used in the Connected Corridors Pilot, taking place on the I-210 corridor.
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March 9, 2015
Recognized for being at the top of his peers, 2014 University of California, Berkeley graduate Jack Reilly received the Milton Pikarsky Memorial Award in Science and Technology from the Council of Universities Transportation Center (CUTC) for his Ph.D. Graduate students from academic transportation centers across the U.S. were nominated for the award.
June 25, 2014
Irvine, CA – The theme of this year’s TRB midyear meeting was “Integrated Corridor Transportation Management,” which related directly to the Connected Corridors program and the I-210 Pilot project. From Caltrans Director Malcolm Dougherty’s keynote address in the “Good Morning California” session to Professor Alexandre Bayen’s participation in the “conversation circle” to poster sessions depicting graduate student work, Connected Corridors and three other Caltrans District 7 projects were well-represented.
April 15, 2014
Use the following link: Integrated Corridor Management: A Game-Changer for Congestion