SPEAKER: Dr. Karen Trapenberg Frick, Ph.D., Assistant Adjunct Professor of City & Regional Planning
WHEN: Tuesday, March 4, Noon-1 p.m.
WHERE: URBN Gallery, 2nd floor
Dr. Karen Trapenberg Frick is Assistant Director of the University of California Transportation Center. She also is a lecturer in the Department of City and Regional Planning and teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in transportation policy and planning, and she was the academic lead for CED's [IN]CITY summer program in sustainable city planning. She holds a Ph.D. in city planning from UC Berkeley and a master's in planning from UCLA.
Dr. Frick is an expert on sustainable transport and community development policies and strategies as well as major transportation infrastructure projects. Her current research includes an evaluation of variable tolls on the Bay Bridge and an investigation of best practices and challenges related to transport innovations.