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The 2011 California Landscape (Transportation)

Rex Brooks, Russell Ruggiero and Matthew Harang present this extensive report on the state of transportation in California. The study examines problems and issues faced at the metropolitan and regional levels, and provides possible solutions to some of these complex… Continue Reading →

Gas prices push Angelinos to look for more transit options

By Matthew Harang In a trend that has worsened over the past several years, ever-increasing gas prices are now approaching 5 dollars per gallon in many Southern California communities. The average gas price for Los Angeles County is $4.36, much higher than… Continue Reading →

HS2 – Fast track to economical success or the slow train to economic failure?

By Tasmia Akkas The British government has proposed a ‘railway revolution’ entitled HS2 and declared to spend £32.7 billion on a high-speed rail link from London to Manchester and Leeds. Although HS2 may seem like project that will boost our… Continue Reading →

Expo light rail line to strengthen L.A. transportation network

By Matthew Harang It has been hard to miss the construction along Exposition Boulevard in Los Angeles over the past couple years. The good news is that the Expo Light Rail Line is in the final stages of development, and… Continue Reading →

Campus Parking Policies

The issue of parking is a problem that many cities, companies, and organizations deal with on a daily basis. This planning issue is addressed in this study from the standpoint of Georgia Institute of Technology. The report includes a problem… Continue Reading →

Teenage Auto Accident Rates

By Matthew Harang The study takes an in-depth look at teenage car accident rates, considering the elevated levels when compared to adults. The report analyzes what actions could and should be taken from a public policy standpoint. (Photo credit:Lew Holzman/Flickr)

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