Colleen Callahan Wins Transportation Planning Award

Posted by Erin Lloyd on Friday, March 11 2011

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Colleen Callahan (2009), Deputy Director of UCLA's Luskin Center for Innovation, has won the 2011 Neville A. Parker Award for best transportation policy and planning master's capstone project in the U.S.  This award is given annually by the Council of University Transportation Centers in Washington DC, which represents more than 70 major transportation research centers and institutes in the U.S.  Colleen won for her analysis of air pollution mitigation strategies in southern California.