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DCRP Studio Course Envisions Pathways for New Transbay Crossing

15 graduate students in transportation planning, public health and engineering came up with a number of alternatives for a Transbay crossing for the Bay Area. Read More »

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Five DCRP Faculty Members Rank in Top 20 North American Urban Planning Scholars List

Five DCRP faculty members ranked in the top 20 positions of the North American urban planning scholars list. Read More »

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DCRP Alumnus Wins CUTC Award for Best Dissertation

CED alum Jesus Barajas was awarded the Charley V. Wootan Memorial Award recognizing the best dissertation in policy and planning in transportation for 2016. Congratulations! Read More »

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CED Faculty & Staff Shine with UC Berkeley Advising Council Awards

CED is pleased to announce that faculty and staff members from the college received four excellence in advising awards and a nomination for a fifth award for 2016 from the UC Berkeley Advising Council. Read More »

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Could Commuter Shuttles Ease Public Transit Woes?

According to Associate Professor of City & Regional Planning Daniel Chatman, commuter services like Chariot could ease budget strains if they reduce the amount of public transit needed. Read More »

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Donald Trump’s Wall Only Serves His Political Agenda

The wall that president-elect Donald Trump wants to build will only have negative consequences for border economies because it will discourage legal flows, according to Professor Emeritus of City & Regional Planning Michael Dear. Read More »

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Professor Emerita Judith Innes Gives Dean’s Lecture at University of Melbourne

Professor Emerita of City and Regional Planning Judith Innes gave the Dean’s Lecture at the University of Melbourne School of Design in October on how collaborative planning is occurring informally in institutional voids. Read More »

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CED Alumna Named Caltrans Sustainability Director

College of Environmental Design alumna Ellen Greenberg (MCP/MS ‘90) was named the new Caltrans Sustainability Director in November. Read More »

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Rapid Transit System Brings Worries and Hopes to East Bay

International Boulevard in Oakland is poised for a dramatic transformation: In December, AC Transit is expected to start construction on a $204 million project to bring a bus rapid transit system to the strip. Read More »

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ASCP Gill-Chin Lim Award for the Best Dissertation on International Planning Goes to Ricardo Cardoso

The 2016 Global Planners Educations Interest Group award is given to Ricard Cardoso (PhD City & Regional Planning '15) for his dissertation entitled: "The Crude Urban Revolution: Land Markets, Planning Forms and the Making of New Luanda " Read More »

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