Media Coverage

MTI’s expertise in surface transportation topics has brought the organization a great deal of media coverage. This list represents a sample that includes print and broadcast stories.

Date Title Media Outlet
01/28/2020 Education Matters: figuring out new ways to get to school
01/27/2020 As California’s homeless people camp out on railroad tracks, train-related deaths are rising Los Angeles Times
01/21/2020 Opinion: Building transit villages will take political courage San Jose Mercury News
01/17/2020 Out of Darkness, Light Rail! City Lab
01/15/2020 Gas tax study carries timely lesson for lawmakers Politico
01/12/2020 UCSF study: Scooter injuries surging Marin Independent Journal
01/11/2020 Experts estimate road map for Bay Area in next decade World Journal
01/10/2020 California College Students Still Love Driving, Study Finds Government Technology
01/09/2020 Telecommuters create positive change – so why aren’t employers more flexible about people working from home? The Conversation
01/08/2020 Scooter popularity comes with a price: a surge in injuries
01/08/2020 Scooter popularity comes with a price: a surge in injuries San Jose Mercury News
01/06/2020 Will the 2020s deliver Bay Area from traffic hell? Mercury News
01/06/2020 Successful ways to attract, retain women in the transportation industry Metro
01/05/2020 Will the 2020s deliver Bay Area from traffic hell? Times-Herald
01/01/2020 From Zero to Safety Washington Square Magazine
12/19/2019 2019 the deadliest year for San Jose pedestrians in decades Santa Cruz (CA) Sentinel
12/13/2019 Electric Vehicle Fees Won't Fix CA's Transportation Funding Gap (Opinion)
12/10/2019 Autonomous truck makes first cross-country delivery Fox KTVU2
12/05/2019 Accelerating Equity in Electric Cars The American Prospect
12/05/2019 Philbrick: Think twice before you try to ‘beat the train’ San Jose Spotlight
12/02/2019 Terrorist Tactics Have Taken A Turn KCBS Radio
11/25/2019 Booming economy may be to blame for pedestrian deaths in San Jose Fox KTVU2
11/19/2019 Honolulu Traffic Is Terrible. So Why Aren’t More People Riding TheBus? Honolulu Civil Beat
11/19/2019 Death by train Philadelphia Inquirer