Mobility

June 10, 2019

Charlie Hales, Former Mayor of Portland, on Cities' Role in Managing Urban Mobility

Former Portland Mayor Charlie Hales highlights how cities can use new technology and transportation as valuable tools for urban placemaking.

April 29, 2019

The Future of Streets and the Value of Shared, Multimodal Transit

Harvard Graduate School of Design Asst. Professor Andres Sevstuk; City of LA senior city planner Claire Bowin; Rachel Nguyen of Renault Nissan Future Lab; and Ryan J. Westrom, mobility partnerships lead at Ford Smart Mobility’s Greenfield Lab, explore the past and future of urban mobility in Los Angeles in light of the rapid advent of automated, shared, and electric transportation technologies.

October 23, 2018

USC Offers Portfolio of Mobility Options for Students, Faculty, & Staff

USC Director of Transportation Tony Mazza and Assistant Director Shawn Chavira shed light on USC's investments in new mobility options.

October 23, 2018

Culver City Mayor Small on Implementing A New Mobility Vision

Mayor Thomas Small updates readers on Culver City's transformative mobility agenda.

June 28, 2018

LADOT Begins Designing LA’s New Mobility Paradigm

CityFi co-founder and former city transportation executive Gabe Klein weighs in on Los Angeles's implementation plan for Urban Mobility in a Digital Age.

January 22, 2018

L.A.’s Bicycle Parking Ordinance: Revised Version Provides Greater Flexibility

Craig Lawson provides an update on the revisions to the City of Los Angeles Bicycle Parking Ordinance and how the ordinance might impact development in active transportation hubs.

November 30, 2017

Shared Mobility: A Crucial Component of Future Transportation

Sarah Ashton addresses Uber's maturing approach to public policy and long-term investment in fostering sustainable mobility behaviors.

November 22, 2017

Getting Cities Right: ULI Leaders on Disaster Resiliency & Built Environment Challenges

Five nationally renowned urban experts explore the role of planners and developers in helping cities become more resilient.

July 14, 2016

Kent Smith on the Future of BIDs, LA’s Fashion District, and DTLA Mobility

In part two of The Planning Report’s exit interview with Kent Smith, outgoing Executive Director of LA’s Fashion District Business Improvement District, Smith talks about how the Fashion District continues to change and evolve as Downtown Los Angeles enters a new era.

June 16, 2016

Will Metro’s New Measure "R2" Shortchange the San Fernando Valley Again?

State Senator Robert Hertzberg is among the leaders in the San Fernando Valley who have organized "It’s Our Turn” to ensure that the Valley gets a fair share of promised infrastructure investment in transit.

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