Ipsita Banerjee

Job title: 
Research Data Analyst

Ipsita Banerjee is a transport planner with interests in sustainability, safety, transit research, and travel demand analysis. She has worked at SafeTREC as a graduate student researcher and as a policy and program analyst. In her present role as Research Data Analyst, she works primarily on Caltrans’s projects, including Safe Systems Research and Implementation, and Strategies for Reducing Pedestrian and Bicycle Injuries at the Corridor Level. Outside of SafeTREC, she has led efforts on travel demand analysis of work commuters, and ridership prediction for a transit authority, both for the city of Bangalore, India. She is also a lecturer at UC Berkeley, teaching the graduate course on traffic safety and injury prevention and on public transportation systems.

Ipsita has a Masters in Planning (Transport) from the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, and her MS and PhD in Transportation Engineering from UC Berkeley.