LSE USCentre

Source: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/usappblog/2018/12/14/transport-planning-bibles-overestimate-car-and-parking-needs-and-this-may-be-hurting-smart-growth-development/ Transport planning “bibles” overestimate car and parking needs, and this may be hurting smart growth development Cars are, and will for the foreseeable future continue to be, an incredibly important component of our society. In new research Guang Tian looks at the models used by transport planners to determine how often people use their vehicles and how many they are likely to own. He finds … Continue reading LSE USCentre

Designing Vibrant Urban Streets

Source: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/4076668 Designing Vibrant Urban Streets – An Empirical Research Study on auto-oriented US region by Reid Ewing Streets have been a major gathering area for people from all walks of life over the ages. In the modern world, streets are becoming important points of gathering for social, business, or personal reasons. So, it becomes necessary to understand the factors that affect street life in … Continue reading Designing Vibrant Urban Streets

NITC Student Spotlight

Source: https://nitc.trec.pdx.edu/news/student-spotlight-keunhyun-park-utah-state-university Student Spotlight: Keunhyun Park, Utah State University Posted on September 19, 2018 Keunhyun Park, Assistant Professor at Utah State University, Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning Keunhyun Park graduated from the University of Utah in the spring of 2018, and is now a tenure-track assistant professor at Utah State University. In January 2018 he received a TRB Best Paper Award for “Travel Behavior … Continue reading NITC Student Spotlight