Reports that Lime is pulling out of a dozen cities worldwide illustrate challenges for low-speed mobility options.
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To protect student privacy and encourage open dialogue, he does not permit recording in his classes.
The 1988 Democratic presidential candidate and visiting professor of public policy weighs in on the 10th anniversary of the campaign finance ruling.
She weighs in on how states, insurance companies and individuals can manage the costs of driving.
“We should not be surprised or upset” about proposal to add toll lanes to the 405, he says.
Online interventions may help students complete college applications but do not necessarily lead to acceptance or enrollment, their working paper shows.
“People only get cybersecurity right after they get it wrong. We’re going to learn the hard way,” he cautions.
The cost-benefit calculation used by the EPA is flawed, finds the independent advisory group co-chaired by UCLA Luskin’s JR DeShazo.
Her appointment, part of a long track record of civic engagement, bridges the divide between her American and Mexican identities, she says.
Real solidarity demands taking real risks, she tells audience at UCLA’s “10 Questions: Centennial Edition” forum.