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The following represents a sample of print and broadcast stories featuring CSUTC research and leaders.
|11/03/2021||A Boston Globe survey found many drivers who had injured people were either not charged, or never faced a felony charge.||Portside|
|11/01/2021||BART'S 'Fleet of the Future' delayed until at least spring 2023||KTVU FOX|
|11/01/2021||A grisly blueprint of terror||The Boston Globe|
|10/31/2021||The car becomes the weapon||The Boston Globe|
|10/28/2021||The Wait is Over … Premiere of Closing The Wealth Gap||Black Westchester Magazine|
|10/28/2021||Impact of Climate Change on Transportation Infrastructure: Comparing Perception Differences between the US Public and the Department of Transportation (DOT) Professionals||MDPI|
|10/28/2021||Mottek On Money||KABC Podcasts|
|10/28/2021||South Bay economic growth trend likely to continue into 2022, report says||Daily Breeze|
|10/19/2021||TRB Weekly: Detecting Driver Drowsiness with Multi-Sensor Data Fusion Combined with Machine Learning||Transportation Research Board|
|10/08/2021||CHP data show Bay Area traffic deaths decreased in 2020||San Mateo Daily Journal|