By Adeney Zo
UCLA Luskin Student Writer
The latest issue of ACCESS magazine is now available online at accessmagazine.org.
The upcoming issue will feature the following topics:
Informal Parking: Turning Problems Into Solutions (Donald Shoup)
The Social Context of Travel (Michael J. Smart & Nicholas J. Klein)
The First Big-Box Store in Davis (Susan L. Handy, Kristin Lovejoy, Gian-Claudia Sciara, Deborah Salon, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian)
Suburban Transit in Mexico City (Erick Guerra)
A Bathtub Model of Downtown Traffic Congestion (Richard Arnott)
The ACCESS Almanac: Painting in the Present, Imagining the Future (Richard Wilson)
Can we have sustainable transportation without making people drive less or give up suburban living? (Mark Delucchi and Kenneth S. Kurani)
“Informal Parking: Turning Problems Into Solutions,” is an article written by former EIC and recently retired Urban Planning professor, Donald Shoup. In honor of his work and dedication to the Luskin over the past 41 years, a special tribute website was created to celebrate his legacy. This site features the story of Shoup’s game-changing research in urban planning, along with anecdotes from his supporters (fondly labelled “Shoupistas”) and information about his books and publications.
ACCESS Magazine is housed in the Institute of Transportation Studies and features research funded by the UC Center on Economic Competitiveness. The magazine has been publishing since 1992, and it took home the 2014 National Planning Award for a Communication Initiative from the American Planning Association.