ITS Announces Release Of

UCLA Urban Planning professor Brian Taylor, who directs the UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies, and Martin Wachs, a distinguished professor emeritus of Urban Planning at UCLA announce the release of their report, Why It Wasn't "Carmageddon": An Analysis of the Summer 2011 Closure of the Interstate 405 Freeway in Los Angeles.  The report, co-authored by former UCLA Master of Urban Planning student Earl Kaing and former Master of Public Policy student Zodin Del Rosario, was commissioned by the Mayor’s Office of the City of Los Angeles and examines lessons learned during "Carmageddon," the full closure of the 405 freeway for major construction during a weekend in July 2011. To view the full report, click here.  

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