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Transportation Sustainability Research Center, UC Berkeley

The Transportation Sustainability Research Center was formed to study the economic, social, environmental, and technological aspects of sustainable transportation. It is housed at the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.

Project Participants

Caroline Rodier
Associate Director

Dr. Rodier is ULTRANS' associate director and senior researcher for integrated modeling. Her major areas of research include transportation and land use planning and environmental policy analysis. Caroline leads a staff of 12 researchers in the development manages the development of two California statewide models, an activity based microsimulation travel model (CSTDM) and a spatial economic model (PECAS), as well as an activity based microsimulation travel model for the San Joaquin Valley region.