Richard Willson

Cal Poly Pomona

Professor and Chair of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at Cal Poly Pomona, and author of Parking Reform Made Easy

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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says his office is working with "stakeholders" to address frustrations about parking citations, which now average $68 a ticket and provided $161 million…

Does Parking Punishment Fit the Crime?

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