Traffic Author Tom Vanderbilt at Cal State San Bernadino Tomorrow

If any of our friends at Cal State San Bernadino happen to be reading Streetsblog in the next thirty hours, they should make a point to visit Tom Vanderbilt’s open lectures tomorrow. Vanderbilt is the bestselling author of Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (And What it Says About Us) and something of a favorite for Livable Streets advocates. His name pops up in a lot of Streetsblog stories as his viewpoint and research are second-to-none. My favorite Vanderbilt story features him talking about Motorist Sociopathy
Of course, you can also read all about Vanderbilt at his personal blog How We Drive.

His talks tomorrow are at noon and 6:oo P.M. in the Santos Manuel Student Union. Directions to the campus can be found on the campus website.

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