Increased fines and enforcement are not enough to combat the problem, they say, arguing for a limit on who has access to the placards.
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Professors Vinit Mukhija and Donald Shoup and alumna Anne Brown advocate for a housing solution that has been hiding in plain sight.
Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris and Carolina Martinez MA UP ’09 are recognized at APA convention for their work creating stronger, healthier communities.
The strategy to reduce traffic during peak hours is sensible yet politically difficult, he says.
He co-authors blog post on due-process concerns raised by algorithm-based tools used in criminal sentencing.
Pointing to inaccurate poverty measurements and misunderstanding of cultural networks, he argues for tribal authority to be upheld.
Regulations requiring new housing developments to set aside room for parking do not promote transit use, sustainability and more housing projects, he says.
The transit system pitched by the entrepreneur’s Boring Co. would rely on underground tunnels to move people around the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Cities have been reactivated as sites of resistance as the sanctuary movement evolves into a struggle for local sovereignty, she says.
The associate director of research at the Luskin Center for Innovation fields questions on this key natural resource.