About Us

The William and Barabra Transportation Center is located in the College of Education Building in room CE 214.The Leonard name comes from William E. and Barbara Leonard, Inland Empire residents and philanthropists. Mr. Leonard served on the California Highway Commission from 1973-1977; paved the way for the Interstate 215; and served on the California Transportation Commission from 1985-1989 and 1993-1997. He also advocated for establishing CSU-San Bernardino, and his son William R. Leonard served five terms in the California State Assembly and served in the State Senate from 1988 to 1996. In honor of the Leonard family, the LTC uses research and education to analyze and address the issues surrounding transportation, livability, and the economy.