Creating demand-based pricing for curbside parking may strike drivers as a nuisance, but the model is both economical and environmentally friendly in the long run.
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While many remote areas saw an influx of people, the areas that need housing the most and can grow more efficiently are the state’s major cities.
UCLA Luskin housing expert breaks down pandemic impacts, policies aimed at more equitable housing options, and the divide between coastal and inland communities.
Medical debt in the United States has become a problem exacerbated by a new crop of loan repayment methods that can be even more costly than a traditional credit card.
Research sheds light on the high frequency of involuntary psychiatric detention amid a dearth of official data.
With many low-income families resorting to buying bottled water, he explains how disjointed water systems contribute to inconsistent quality in people’s drinking water.
“The relationship between more riders and less crime is proof positive,” she says, noting that public transit’s social norms are reinforced when more people are present.
A three-day strike by the union representing school staff appears to have strengthened the hand of the teachers union in their own contract negotiations.
The National Academy of Sciences workshop reviewed ways in which educators, policymakers and community members can create a more inclusive atmosphere.
While drinking treated wastewater may sound unappealing, it may be crucial to provide enough clean and accessible water for Southern Californians in the coming years.
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