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Student Awarded Prestigious Myra L. Frank Memorial Scholarship

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Urban Planning student Ribeka Toda receives scholarship for women pursuing career paths in transportation

Symposium Looks at Global Issues and Local Impacts

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This year, the annual Lake Arrowhead gathering highlights the latest research and most innovative practices from around California and the globe related to questions of land use and climate.

Examining an Issue from Every Side

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Urban Planning students enrolled in Community Scholars and Comprehensive Project efforts tackle problems of significant scope and complexity

A Final Test for Policy Analysis Projects

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UCLA Luskin public policy master’s degree culminates in a public forum in which students present Applied Policy Projects on issues of regional, global importance

Martin Wachs Honored for Outstanding Research and Scholarly Work

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Urban planning scholar and transportation planner to receive UCLA’s 2016-17 Edward A. Dickson Emeritus Professorship Award

Autonomous Vehicles Are on the Way. Are Cities Ready?

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UCLA Downtown Los Angeles Forum on Transportation, Land Use and the Environment focuses on planning for the connected movement of people and goods

Deportation, Loss of Health Care Raise Profound Concerns in New UCLA Luskin Survey

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Second annual Los Angeles County Quality of Life Index shows how some of the Trump administration’s policies have caused serious concerns for many county residents

On the Right Track

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Transit expert Ethan Elkind’s lecture at UCLA Luskin covers railways in Los Angeles from the 1800s to today

A Multimillion-Dollar Boost to Tackle Transportation Challenges

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UCLA Luskin’s Institute of Transportation Studies is part of grant that will fund a new regional transportation center

The Problems and Possibilities of Parking

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