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The following represents a sample of print and broadcast stories featuring CSUTC research and leaders.
|12/14/2021||Sparking women’s interests in transportation careers||Material Handling Network|
|12/13/2021||Infrastructure Act Will Spark State Transportation Electrification Efforts – Streetsblog California||WiredFocus|
|12/09/2021||City transportation officials discuss cyberattack that caused TheBus, TheHandi-Van servers to go down||KHON2|
|12/08/2021||Traffic unlikely to ever return to normal rush hour patterns post-COVID-19||KCBS|
|12/08/2021||Traffic unlikely to ever return to normal rush hour patterns post-COVID-19||Omny Studio|
|12/08/2021||Traffic unlikely to ever return to normal rush hour patterns post-COVID-19||MSN|
|12/05/2021||Transportation - Self-Driving Cars; Recent Findings in Self-Driving Cars Described by Researchers from San Jose State University||Dow Jones|
|12/02/2021||Incentives could be key to carpooling acceptance, researchers say||Phoneweek|
|12/02/2021||Philbrick: What does the federal infrastructure bill mean for Californians?||San José Spotlight|
|12/02/2021||Incentives could be key to carpooling acceptance, researchers say||Techregister|