Can L.A. Fix its Broken Planning System?

UCLA Luskin urban planners discuss the challenges — and possible solutions — to L.A.’s development woes

A Case of Arrested Development

UCLA faculty members join the discussion on an upcoming city ballot measure that could block big development projects in Los Angeles for two years

The Problems and Possibilities of Parking

Highlights of the latest issue of the Lewis Center’s ACCESS magazine, which explores the good, the bad and the ugly of parking

A UCLA Luskin Welcome

Departments of Public Policy, Social Welfare, Urban Planning welcome six new faculty members

Michael Manville

Michael Manville is Assistant Professor of Urban Planning at…

UCLA Luskin Adds Six New ‘Outstanding’ Faculty

Public Policy, Social Welfare and Urban Planning announce the appointment of two new scholars in each department

New Report Calls for More Consistent Policies for Mobile App Transportation and Taxi Services

With the rise of transportation apps and startups, states and cities will need to implement new regulations for old and new transportation industries to coexist.