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Perloff Lecture: Safe for Whom?

Online Event Los Angeles, CA

While cyclists and pedestrians are vulnerable road users and face significant safety threats, environmental conditions in historically marginalized communities compound such vulnerability for people of color.

Wachs Distinguished Lecture: Policing the Open Road

Online Event Los Angeles, CA

“Policing the Open Road” is a thought-provoking look at how the automobile fundamentally changed the nature of police work, and thus the conception of freedom and mobility, in the United States.

Perloff Lecture: Compton Cowboys and California Love

Online Event Los Angeles, CA

Multimedia artist Walter Thompson-Hernández shares from his book, “The Compton Cowboys,” and latest NPR podcast, "California Love," about coming of age in L.A.

UCLA Arrowhead Series: Money for Transit

Transit’s finances have been temporarily boosted by a series of state and federal actions. But what happens after agencies exhaust these one-time infusions of funds?

UCLA Arrowhead Series: Transit for People

Public transit's mission as a provider of social service includes addressing societal problems like homelessness, enhancing passenger safety and ensuring that fares are not a barrier to meeting mobility needs.

UCLA Arrowhead Series: Transit’s Future

Hear the results from two approaches to exploring the future of public transit and public mobility: the UC ITS Resilient and Innovative Mobility Initiative and UCLA ITS work on the California 100 project.

Info Session: Study Transportation at UCLA

Virtual CA

Interested in studying transportation at UCLA? Join us for our information session about opportunities that come with studying transportation at UCLA.