With 30,000 guests expected on June 14, staff and faculty who usually drive may want to leave their cars at home.
UCLA's Quality of Life Index shows that sky-high housing prices most worry respondents — especially younger people and renters.
UCLA researchers found that a smog test and vehicle repair program has shown benefits to residents in central California’s San Joaquin Valley.
UCLA researchers recommend strategies for California transportation fuels policy to meet 2030 climate target
Guidance from legal researchers could strengthen California climate policy by helping policymakers further reduce carbon pollution from transport fuels.
Donald Shoup: If New York City charged $5.50 a day in just half its available spaces, the total revenue would amount to $3 billion a year available for services.
Donald Shoup’s “Parking in the City,” recommends three reforms designed to improve cities, the economy and the environment.
Center for Neighborhood Knowledge report provides a snapshot of lingering inequality since the 1960s.
The Bruins’ basketball legend told the Pac-12 Network audience about the campus’s energy-efficiency initiatives, including the bike share program and tower gardens, during a victory over Stanford.
UCLA Magazine: UCLA’s cityLAB is working ahead of the curve to engineer changes in the role of physical spaces in the digital era.
Economist Jerry Nickelsburg advocates long-term planning that accounts for transportation and housing policy, as well as for creating incentives for more mass transit use.
Ethan Elkind writes that not only have parking policies failed to improve mobility, they’ve made housing less affordable and hurt the environment.
Second annual Quality of Life Index shows how residents feel about some of the Trump administration’s policies and also includes opinions on traffic, cost of living and gentrification.
Herbie Huff notes that dynamic tolling, which varies toll prices to sync with demand, is a far cheaper option for easing congestion than adding lanes to freeways.
The show marks 10 years of influential research from UCLA’s urban planning and architecture think tank.
In a city famous for traffic jams and rush-hour gridlock, a return to rail may be putting Los Angeles on the right track.
A team from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health is helping to steer California’s high-speed rail project in a healthy direction.
The UCLA Sustainable LA Grand Challenge awarded its second round competitive research grants this month, providing $1 million to eight new projects focusing on renewable energy, transportation and urban ecosystems.
Thanks to a multimillion-dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, faculty, staff researchers, and students affiliated with the UCLA Luskin Institute of Transportation Studies will be part of a new regional transportation center.
New reports show how to add 1.5 million people to the county while preserving the vast majority of the area’s character and staying lower density than Manhattan.
UCLA urban planners create an interactive mapping tool to analyze whether developments near Los Angeles light-rail and subway projects displace people.
The associate director of the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies says the bus rapid transit line serving the San Fernando Valley has in part been a victim of its own success.
J.R. DeShazo, director of the Luskin Center for Innovation and member of the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, talks about the state of car transportation in Los Angeles, California and beyond.
UCLA's Woodland Hills vanpool hosted an early-morning 'Party at the Park-n-Ride' for commuter colleague Florgin Dela Luna.
New survey by the UCLA Luskin School’s Los Angeles Initiative, led by Zev Yaroslavsky, reveals the depth of financial insecurity among county residents.
Law professor Ethan Elkind writes that politics drove the decision to extend the Gold Line into the San Gabriel Valley, where low-density neighborhoods would have been served better by bus rapid transit.