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If you build it, will they have to leave?

UCLA urban planners create an interactive mapping tool to analyze whether developments near Los Angeles light-rail and subway projects displace people.

Free bikes? For real!

Trade in your gas-guzzling commute for new wheels in UCLA's Earn-a-Bike program.

Partying UCLA vanpool-style

UCLA's Woodland Hills vanpool hosted an early-morning 'Party at the Park-n-Ride' for commuter colleague Florgin Dela Luna.

Ditch your car, hop the bus for free

UCLA staff and faculty who currently drive to campus can get a free pass for unlimited rides on the Santa Monica Big Blue Bus and Culver CityBus routes.

UCLA, UC make big moves toward carbon neutrality

As the UC system marches toward its goal of carbon neutrality by 2025, UCLA is doing its part by using less energy in buildings, converting half of its fleet to alternative-fuel vehicles and adding LEED-certified green buildings.

L.A.’s past and future railroad heydays

Two scholars — one from UCLA and another from Chapman University — discuss the importance of train transportation in L.A.'s history and whether or not rail will play an integral role in the city's future.

This is the future of your L.A. rush hour

Brian Taylor, who directs the Institute of Transportation Studies at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, joined three other transportation experts to address questions about the state of traffic in L.A.
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