David Levinson and I conclude our six part series on politics and support for buses at The Transportationist . All previous entries are available there as well.
David Levinson's and my series on politics and transit continues at The Transportationist. Here is part two , why Democrats should like buses. Here is a link to part one .
It is a big week for responsible transportation choices for dope smokers. First, medicinal marijuana patients sued the city of San Diego for zoning regulations that forced them to drive really far to reach the dispensaries : Medical marijuana smokers in San...
I contributed to a series of posts about the politics of transport with David Levinson at The Transportationist. Here is part one .
- Columbia UniversityAssistant Professor of Urban Planning, present
David King is an Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. His research explores the impact of local transportation planning on the built environment, public finance, social equity and accessibility. As part of this research he has written about the phenomenon of cruising for parking and used spatial regression techniques to analyze travel behavior. He also studies how public policy influences the adoption of new technologies to address congestion, energy and environmental concerns. These issues are the focus of Professor King’s teaching through his courses covering planning techniques and methods, transportation and land use planning and transport policy.
- Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservationpresent
- University of Minnesota
- Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs