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As June 30th approaches, many of California’s public agencies are approaching the end of their fiscal year. Many of these agencies will be losing any unspent training funds, and their future budgets can be diminished by these unspent funds.

Due to an unforeseen issue we will have to reschedule the second session of our TS-51 Improving Safety of Railroad Crossings & Light Rail Systems course. The second session will now be on Thursday, May 24th.

The May 2018 issue of the ITE Journal includes a great article, by Tech Transfer’s very own Nazir Lalani and his co-author Kristopher Gunterson, entitled Countermeasures Prove Effective in Reducing Bicycle Collisions.

We've just opened up our Traffic Signal Operations: Isolated Intersection (TE-04) and Traffic Signal Operations: Coordination for Corridors (TE-10) courses for registration. TE-04 is a must take course for anyone new to traffic signal timing or people who need a refresher on the fundamentals of traffic signal operations.

2019 California Transportation Planning Conference: Feb 25-27, 2019 at The Westin San Diego

Do you need help understanding how SB 743 will impact transportation planning or want to make sure your agency complies with the new standards? We can help with our newest course, CEQA Transportation Impact Analysis under SB-743: Resources, Methods, & Tools (PL-52)

Tech Transfer will be closed Friday, Jan 12, 2018 starting at 2pm and will reopen at 9am on Tuesday, Jan 16, 2018. We will do our best to respond to your inquires once we return and appreciate your patients. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.

Many of our most popular classes will be offered this Spring and are now open for enrollment. For most classes starting in January 2018 and after, you will now see the return of our special, lower pricing for California public employees. These reduced prices are offered in partnership with the California Department of Transportation, Division of Local Assistance.

Here is a great article, from TR News, by Laura Melendy (Director of Tech Transfer) and Ann Brody (former Communications Director, ITS Berkeley) on low tech modes of technology transfer.