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March 16: "The Future of Travel Demand" with Susan Handy, CITRIS Research Exchange Series

Mar. 16: "The Future of Travel Demand" with Dr. Susan Handy
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Susan Handy
 This week's speaker: 
Dr. Susan Handy
The Future of Travel Demand
(Chair, Department of Environmental Science and Policy; Director, National Center for Sustainable Transportation at UC Davis)
A CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar
Wednesday, March 16th
12:00pm - 1:00pm
310 Sutardja Dai Hall
Banatao Auditorium

UC Berkeley
Register to Attend
Auto use is growing globally, along with the environmental and societal problems it generates, climate change most notably. A recent slowdown in the growth in vehicle-miles-traveled in the U.S. and Europe, however, has raised hopes that some parts of the world may have reached “peak driving.” What is behind this recent slowdown, and is it a true or temporary peak? Answering these questions requires a close look at the behavior underlying these trends and at the numerous economic, technological, and cultural changes that are driving changes in travel behavior. In this presentation, I share findings from studies from UC Davis and elsewhere on some of the critical changes that are shaping the future of travel demand.

About the Speaker
Dr. Susan Handy is Chair of the Department of Environmental Science and Policy and the Director of the National Center for Sustainable Transportation at the University of California, Davis. She is internationally known for her research on the relationships between transportation and land use, particularly the impact of neighborhood design on travel behavior. Her current work focuses on bicycling as a mode of transportation and on strategies for reducing automobile dependence.

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Ask questions live on Twitter: #CITRISRE. Past talks may be viewed on our YouTube channel

Live webcasting of each CITRIS Research Exchange seminar is available at these CITRIS campuses: 

CITRIS @ Davis: 1127 Kemper Hall, College of Engineering, UC Davis 
CITRIS @ Merced: Science & Engineering II, Room 302, UC Merced 
CITRIS @ Santa Cruz: Room 595B, Engineering 2 Building, Baskin School of Engineering, UC Santa Cruz

About the CITRIS Research Exchange

Free and open to the public, the CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar Series is a weekly dialogue highlighting leading voices on societal-scale research issues. Each one-hour seminar starts at 12pm Pacific time and is hosted live in the Banatao Auditorium at Sutardja Dai Hall on the UC Berkeley campus (unless otherwise noted in the online schedule).
View the Spring 2016 Schedule
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