ACCESS magazine, a publication of the UC Transportation Center, has unveiled its 42nd issue.
The magazine, edited by urban planning professor Donald Shoup, covers current issues in transportation policy and practice in a style designed for the general reader.
The current issue includes stories on disabled parking, transit-oriented development and the efficacy of greenhouse gas regulations at the local-government level.
The magazine is published twice yearly by the UCTC, a consortium of transportation research organizations at UC and CSU campuses across the state. It coordinates and promotes research in environmental stability, economic competitiveness and livability.