Doug Suisman

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Random shootings in public places are causing Americans to grow increasingly anxious about dropping their kids off at school, going to the movies and other normal daily activities.

Will Fear of Random Attack Affect the Design of Public Space?

Random shootings in public places are causing Americans to grow increasingly anxious about dropping their kids off at school, going to the movies and other normal daily activities.

from Design and Architecture

This weekend's CicLAvia connected non-motorists from downtown to Venice beach by clearing one side of the road of cars; and it was the ride's biggest ever, maybe because it offered an…

CicLAvia and Stories from Wilshire Boulevard

This weekend's CicLAvia connected non-motorists from downtown to Venice beach by clearing one side of the road of cars; and it was the ride's biggest ever, maybe because it offered an…

from Design and Architecture

Since the end of World War II, public transit has been a hard sell in
California.    Ronald Reagan  famously
said that the automobile made us free.  
 But don’t tell that to…

Stuck in Traffic, Is There Any Way Out?

Since the end of World War II, public transit has been a hard sell in California.   Ronald Reagan famously said that the automobile made us free.   But don’t tell that to…

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