Michael Manville

Professor, UCLA Department of Urban Planning

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Michael Manville on KCRW

Adding to the housing supply nudges nearby rents downward, according to research by UCLA's Michael Manville.

Does new housing raise nearby rents? Researchers and community leaders have differing views

Adding to the housing supply nudges nearby rents downward, according to research by UCLA's Michael Manville.

from Greater LA

People working from home found other excuses to get in their cars.

LA traffic is back. Why didn’t people change their habits?

People working from home found other excuses to get in their cars.

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Traffic is creeping back up in Los Angeles compared to the early days of the county’s stay-at-home orders. Where is everyone going?

LA roads get busier due to quarantine fatigue, businesses reopening

Traffic is creeping back up in Los Angeles compared to the early days of the county’s stay-at-home orders. Where is everyone going?

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By a quirk of redistricting, no one who lives in Monterey represents the county in Sacramento. Commentator Joe Mathews says that’s evidence our districts are way too big.

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Monterey Park, the site of a mass shooting on Saturday after the city’s annual Lunar New Year ended, is home to Asian immigrants and mom-and-pop businesses.

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