The quality of masonry in the built environment has dropped significant in the past century. I would like to blame this on the rise of the Anti-Masonic Party and William Wirt, unfortunately for my desire for a tidy history, that was in 1832, and preceded…
We should reframe America’s approach to pollution. Instead of addressing pollution through a regulatory regime, we should use pollution charges to allow the market to allocate the scarce resource of clean air, water, and land. A levy would be imposed on…
- University of California, BerkeleyCivil Engineering (Ph.D.), 1994 - 1998
- University of MarylandCivil Engineering (M.S.), 1990 - 1992
- Georgia Institute of TechnologyCivil Engineering (B), 1984 - 1988
- University of MinnesotaProfessor, 1999 - present
- University of California, BerkeleyResearcher, 1994 - 1999
- Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning Commission Montgomery County Planning Department (MNCPPC/MCPD)Transportation Planner, 1989 - 1994
- Georgia Institute of TechnologyRA, 1988 - 1989
- Hayes Microcomputer Productscoop, 1985 - 1987
- Columbia Flierpaperboy, 1979 - 1981
Grids are for squares: Three reasons to consider alternatives to rectili...
Just as we have cut the earth into a grid of latitude and longitude (and knowing that each "block" of 1 degree latitude by 1 degree longitud
The Journal of Transport and Land Use enters year six - The Transportati...
In the past year, the JTLU website has had almost 17000 visits. According to Google Scholar, we have an h-index of 16, 16 articles cited 16
Journal of Transport and Land Use 6(1) - The Transportationist.org
a weblog by David Levinson and the Nexus Research Group on Networks, Economics, and Urban Systems. [@trnsprttnst]. Journal of Transport and
Black Holes: A brief treatise on the nature of journal publications and ...
Academia should be faster than it is. This especially applies to the transportation and planning journals with which I am familiar. It often
FOSS4G: FOSS Experiences in Transportation and Land Use Research - The T...
FOSS Experiences in Transportation and Land Use Research. Andrew Owen, University of Minnesota Nexus Research Group ￼ The Nexus Research Gro
$40bn “fix it first” plan headlines Obama’s infrastructure push - The Tr...
In his State of the Union address last month, US President Barack Obama proposed investing $50bn, starting right away, on the country's tran
To Game or Not to Game: Teaching Transportation with Board Games webinar...
AHB45 Committee on Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics will host a special webinar on March 19, 11:00 AM EDT on "To Game or Not to Game:
How shoveling and plowing snow now extends the duration of icy sidewalks...
Minnesota is getting still more ice/sleet/freezing rain/snow today. We will see piles of snow for a long time. Why will we see piles of snow
Suppose we replaced the federal income tax with inflation. - The Transpo...
I just filled out my taxes this year, and it seems an awful waste of time. And TurboTax (and the tax code for which it stands) is increasing
Selfishness and Altruism in the Distribution of Travel Time and Income. ...
Recently published: Tilahun, Nebiyou, and David Levinson (2013) Selfishness and Altruism in the Distribution of Travel Time and Income. [pre
Demand Side Solutions to Ice-Related Falls - The Transportationist.org
I talked before about things we can do to reduce the iciness of sidewalks. That is a supply side solution. We need to think about demand sid