METRANS News & Announcements

METRANS

Four USC transportation undergraduates, Thomas Check (Civil Engineering (CE)), Felipe Helman (Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE)), Takahiro Kuwabara (ISE), and Benjamin Richardson (CE) have each been awarded two year, paid internships from the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) as part of the new College Internship Program.

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METRANS

METRANS Directors Genevieve Giuliano and  Thomas O'Brien and ten USC transportation students were guests of the Los Angeles Chapter of WTS August 14th Long Beach port and harbor tour to welcome newly appointed POLB CEO Jon Slangerup.  Harbor Commissioner and CITT Policy and Steering Committee Member Richard Dines gave the tour to over 100 transportation professionals and invited students.  "Having the exclusive experience to tour the Port of Long Beach while networking with top professionals in the industry was truly an invaluable experience" remarked Todd Nguyen, recent USC graduate and ne

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MetroFreight

Seven PhD students from USC have been selected to present their transportation research at the 54th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) conference, Big Ideas, Global Impacts.  In late October, these students will join METRANS and MetroFreight Directors and faculty as well as seven of their student colleagues from USC to address the "big ideas" in planning.  The students and their presentations are:  Sandip Chakrabarti, The Demand for Reliable Travel:  Analyzing the Influence of Service Reliability on Transit Mode Choice; Andy Hong, Can New Light Rai

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METRANS UTC

METRANS is proud to announce a stimulating line up of noon time seminars for the Fall 2014 semester.  Seminars are held in Ralph and Goldy Lewis Hall (RGL), USC, are open to the public, and are free of charge.

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MetroFreight

METRANS and MetroFreight Director Genevieve Giuliano traveled to Washington, D.C. this summer to offer insights on a recent slate of recommendations that memebers of the National Freight Advisory Committee (NFAC) submitted to (former) U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in June.

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