California faces significant challenges to improve mobility of people and goods and ensure the State’s transportation system is safe, efficient, accessible and convenient for all. The most effective way to develop solutions that can provide the order-of magnitude leap needed to realize our vision of convenient, accessible mobility for all people and goods in California is rigorous, applied research. The California State University Transportation Consortium (CSUTC), which is led by the Mineta Transportation Institute, fosters synergies across the entire California State University system to conduct impactful transportation research and engage in workforce development initiatives that increase mobility of people and goods and strengthen California’s economy.
CSUTC unifies and focuses the efforts of four outstanding CSU campuses that represent and support the geographical, cultural, racial, and socioeconomic diversity that makes California, and the CSU system, strong: (1) CSU Chico – California Pavement Preservation Center; (2) CSU Fresno – Fresno State Transportation Institute; (3) CSU Long Beach – Center for International Trade and Transportation/College of Engineering; and (4) San José State University – Mineta Transportation Institute.
|Charging Drivers by the Gallon vs. the Mile: An Equity Analysis by Geography and Income in California|
|Damage Detection and Damage Localization in Bridges with Low-Density Instrumentations Using the Wave-Method: Application to a Shake-Table Tested Bridge|
|“TELE-commuting” During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond: Unveiling State-wide Patterns and Trends of Telecommuting in Relation to Transportation, Employment, Land Use, and Emissions in California|