Going Multimodal
Learn how to analyze and interpret performance measures for pedestrians, bicyclists, buses, transit, and autos with Multimodal Transportation Impact Analysis (TE42).
Airport Systems Planning and Design
Join us June 22-25 in Berkeley to learn about the broad spectrum of airport planning and design issues within the evolving context of the air transportation industry (AV12).
Spring Training for Traffic Safety
Spend some time with TechTransfer this spring and learn how to improve safety with Roadway Lighting Design (TE39) and Improving Safety of Railroad Crossings & Light Rail Systems (TS51).
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
Steve Colman, PTP
Steve Colman, PTP

Transportation Planning Courses Instructor

Steve has over 36 years of multi-modal transportation planning experience, earning a transportation engineering science MS at UC Berkeley. For more than 20 years, he was a principal at Dowling Associates in Oakland, CA. He has been active in various leadership positions in ITE and for 14 years was a lecturer at SJSU in Urban and Regional Planning. Currently semi-retired, he is researching and writing a history of transportation in the Bay Area manuscript,

About Tech Transfer

The Technology Transfer Program is a unit of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. We provide low-cost professional training, workshops, conferences, 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 professional engineering and planning firms, and other qualified individuals, who can serve as instructors for our short courses and as evaluators in our safety assessment programs.