Posts Tagged: Transportation
What do planners know about congestion, and what can they do about it? Explanations and solutions are less obvious than they seem. The first in a three-part series on the causes and effects of congestion, and the sometimes misguided efforts
While it’s so far only a temporary change, the sudden popularity of al fresco streets—a term we are using until a more universally accepted term comes along—presents undeniable evidence that some things in the United States are, for now at
Planetizen article “Is it Time to Rethink the Legacy of Enrique Penalosa?” translated into Spanish by the Bogotá-based publication El Espectador. Read “¿Es hora de repensar el legado de Enrique Peñalosa?”
Report editor for Florence/La Brea Station Transit Oriented Development: a ULI-LA Technical Assistance Panel report for the city of Inglewood. Read/download the report.