Radio Interview with CITRIS Researcher on the Safety of the Repaired MacArthur Maze

On May 30, Abolhassan Astaneh-Asl, Professor in UC Berkeley’s Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, was a guest of Capital Public Radio in Sacramento (KXJZ 90.9 FM). He discussed his CITRIS-sponsored study on the safety of the recently repaired MacArthur Maze freeway project. You may listen to this recorded interview at:


The MacArthur Maze was partially destroyed following an explosion shortly before dawn on April 29th. The fire collapsed a section of Interstate 580 in Emeryville onto a lower deck, the I-80 to I-880 connector ramp, resulting in the worst Bay Area transportation disaster since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.