Brian Taylor

Professor of Urban Planning and Director of the Institute of Transportation Studies at UCLA

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Professor of Urban Planning at the University of California, Los Angeles and Director its Institute of Transportation Studies

Brian Taylor on KCRW

That 710 freeway expansion was supposed to be a seamless corridor through the San Gabriel Valley.

The history of fighting over the 710 freeway expansion

That 710 freeway expansion was supposed to be a seamless corridor through the San Gabriel Valley.

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Evidence shows    that freeway expansions don’t relieve congestion.

Why keep building freeways if they're not reducing congestion?

Evidence shows that freeway expansions don’t relieve congestion.

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California's economy depends on transportation, but money is running short to repair an aging infrastructure.

Is LA Still the Car Capital of the World?

California's economy depends on transportation, but money is running short to repair an aging infrastructure.

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