Pavement Training
Pavement is your agency's most important asset. Learn best practices and latest techniques in these new and updated classes on pavement materials, design, construction, and maintenance.
Sustainable Transportation
Learn about vehicle technologies, alternative fuels, production pathways and policy strategies to address climate change and energy security challenges.
Improving Tribal Road Safety
Free safety assessments are now available for Federally-recognized Indian Tribes in California using a comprehensive, multimodal format addressing traffic, bicycle, and pedestrian safety issues.
Safe Work Zones
Keep your crew and the public safe with our Work Zone Safety and Flagger Courses. With new CAMUTCD updates, make sure your crew is in compliance and reduce risk with our low-cost, on-site training. Check out our safety courses and contact us about special pricing today.
Training Courses
Put Berkeley on your resume

Designed for working professionals, our short courses cover the topics you need. Classes are offered in classrooms statewide or online. Check our calendar of course offerings today.

Safety Assessments
Improve safety in your community

Let our safety experts help your community improve traffic, bicycle or pedestrian safety. Check out our safety services and see how we can help you.

Featured instructor
Richard Willson

Dr. Willson is a professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at Cal Poly Pomona. He is an expert on transportation planning, parking supply and management, and climate change planning.

About Tech Transfer

The Technology Transfer Program is a unit of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. We provide professional training and free technical assistance for motorized and non-motorized roadway traffic, aviation, and rail.

Join Our Team

The Technology Transfer Program is requesting Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) from transportation engineering and planning professionals who can serve as course instructors and as safety assessment evaluators.