Social Justice and Urban Planning: A Mixtape
As city planners we are not unaware of the links between the urban environment and discrepancies or inequalities in economic, social, education, and health. In fact, many of us became […]
It’s Not All Cars in California
The 2010-2012 California Household Travel Survey was released last month, and for those of us interested in how Californians are moving, there were some pleasantly surprising findings.
Somewhat Relevant TV and Movie Recs for Winter Break!
Remember in high school when we just got to watch movies about things we were supposed to be learning? During my Junior year English class, l recall spending two days reading […]