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2016 Martin Wachs Lecture

A Transportation Agenda for the Global Era



Now in its ninth year, the annual Wachs Lecture draws innovative thinkers to the University of California to address today's most pressing issues in transportation. Created by students to honor Professor Martin Wachs upon his retirement from the University, the lecture rotates between Berkeley and UCLA, the campuses at which Marty taught. Catherine Ross, the Harry West Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, will be this year's speaker. Click HERE for more information.


Spring 2014 ACCESS #44 Now Online

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Introduction: Shedding Weight
by John A. Mathews

Parking Requirements and Housing Development: Regulation and Reform in Los Angeles
by Michael Manville

Carmageddon in Los Angeles: The Sizzle and the Fizzle by Brian D. Taylor and Martin Wachs

Carmageddon or Carmaheaven? Air Quality Results of a Freeway Closure by Arthur Winer, Yifang Zhu, and Suzanne Paulson

Pursuing the Technological Sublime: How the Bay Bridge Became a Megaproject by Karen Trapenberg Frick

We Can Learn Something from That! Promoting an Experimental Culture in Transportation
by Joseph Schofer and Raymond Chan

Parking Charity
by Donald Shoup

Recent Papers, etc. Download the recent papers pages as a PDF

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