Steve Crosley (M.A., Urban Planning, 2006) has been selected to receive the Neville A. Parker Award from the Council of University Transportation Centers for his UCLA client project The Choices of Choice Riders — Demand for Light Rail Transit in the Polycentric City: A Look at Culver City and the Mid-City/Exposition Line. Neville A. Parker Awards are presented annually for the two best non-thesis papers/projects in transportation submitted for the M.S. degree in lieu of a M.S. thesis. The winners will receive a cash prize and will be recognized at the CUTC Awards Banquet held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board in January in Washington, D.C.

Crosley is the third UCLA student to win this award since 2003. UCLA students Heather Burton and Camille Fink won the Parker awards in 2003 and 2004 respectively.