The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration has awarded Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowships to Transportation Policy and Planning Ph.D. students Jaimee Lederman and Kelcie Ralph and second-year Master of Urban and Regional Planning student Anne Brown. The award, established as part of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991, recognizes students pursuing transportation-related degrees and aims to attract the brightest minds in the field to the transportation workforce.
The latest issue of Access Magazine is now available online. You can view and download the issue here, or click on the titles below to be taken directly to each article. In this issue: Introduction: Shedding Weight; John A. Mathews Parking Requirements and Housing Development: Regulation and Reform in Los Angeles; Michael Manville Carmageddon in Los Angeles: The Sizzle and the Fizzle; Brian D. Taylor and Martin Wachs Camageddon or Carmaheaven? Air Quality Results of a Freeway Closure; Arthur Winer, Yifang Zhu, and Suzanne Paulson Pursuing the Technological Sublime: How the Bay Bridge Became a Megaproject; Karen Trapenberg Frick We Can Learn Something from That! Promoting an Experimental Culture in Transportation; Joseph Schofer and Raymond Chan The Access Almanac: Parking Charity; Donald Shoup