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The following represents a sample of print and broadcast stories featuring CSUTC research and leaders.
|07/18/2022||Organization wants to see free public transportation during off-peak hours||KCBS Radio|
|07/17/2022||What ideas for free and reduced-cost transit are gaining momentum? Roadshow||The Mercury News|
|07/17/2022||What ideas for free and reduced-cost transit are gaining momentum? Roadshow||East Bay Times|
|07/16/2022||California Bullet Train Gets $4.2 Billion Green Light For First Phase While Bigger Challenges Loom||Forbes|
|07/11/2022||The COVID-19 pandemic has changed work and commuting in Los Angeles for good||LSE Phelan US Centre|
|07/11/2022||Heavy construction equipment gets a jolt||Construction Dive|
|07/06/2022||The Present and the Future of Women Leading Transportation||ENO Center for Transportation|
|06/27/2022||How cargo-bikes can reduce carbon emissions in Bay Area cities||KCBS Radio|
|06/18/2022||A Novel Technological Approach to Women’s Safety on Public Transportation||Medium|
|06/17/2022||Immensely successful ILCAD events in Denver (Colorado), USA, from 8 to 10 June 2022||UIC eNews|