Carolyn Abate | Published on November 7, 2016 A year ago Kelly Dearman was fed up with her commute. Every day the married mother of two would make the nearly three-mile drive from her home in San Francisco’s Cole Valley neighborhood to her office in … Continue reading Urban Planning: How a City Gets Health
Ariane Laxo – Published: August 1, 2016 We all spend the majority of our time in the built environment, be it outside in parks or driving on roads and bridges, or inside our homes and offices. But is this built environment prepared for the impacts … Continue reading Resilient by Design: Preparing the Built Environment for Climate Change
Aneri Pattani, Oct. 25, 2016 When one of the largest California wildfires on record broke out in 2013, raging for more than two months and threatening San Francisco’s water supply coming from Yosemite,firefighters used drones to get aerial shots of the blazeand determine the … Continue reading Building the city of the future — at a $41 trillion price tag
Adam Millard-Ball Abstract Autonomous vehicles, popularly known as self-driving cars, have the potential to transform travel behavior. However, existing analyses have ignored strategic interactions with other road users. In this article, I use game theory to analyze the interactions between pedestrians and autonomous vehicles, with … Continue reading Playing Chicken with Autonomous Vehicles
After the attacks in Paris on 11/13/2015, many people have come to call for the US to restrict refugees from coming to America. A number of state governors are pandering to calls. More than a dozen US states say Syrian refugees are no longer welcome … Continue reading Refugees are Human Beings!