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.
Westwood Boulevard's Routes 12 and Rapid 12 will be combined into one high-frequency route.
Trade in your gas-guzzling commute for new wheels in UCLA's Earn-a-Bike program.
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.
Law professor Ethan Elkind writes that more must be done to improve bus service, including lowering fares, while encouraging more housing development along new rail lines.
“Revision” allows anyone to aggregate data from various public and private sources to create a complete picture of neighborhood change.
The UCLA Vanpool Program is one of the largest employer-based vanpool programs in California.
Innovative transportation services such as car sharing, bike sharing, and transportation network companies like Uber and Lyft are changing mobility for millions of people.
Bike lanes on and off campus, repair stations, incentive programs and other creative ways of supporting and encouraging biking at UCLA.
For the last 18 years, UCLA’s Lisa Snyder has been bringing to life the bygone glory of a true architectural, social and cultural wonder — the Chicago World’s Fair.
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.
Urban planning policy analyst Joan Ling, an adjunct professor at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, takes part in a Zócalo Public Square discussion at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 23.
The study, published in Science, addresses problems that have long stalled the adoption of fuel cell technology.
California could better coordinate transportation spending to support improved maintenance of existing roads and improved public access to walking, biking and transit infrastructure.
Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris writes in an op-ed that design of California’s high-speed railway stations should incorporate the communities around the transit stops.
UCLA Transportation’s focus on alternative transportation and success in reducing traffic and emissions at UCLA won an award from the California Environmental Protection Agency
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.
The deans of the UCLA School of Nursing and the David Geffen School of Medicine write in an op-ed that making Westwood Boulevard more bike-and pedestrian-friendly would improve air quality, safety and business.
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.
For American cities to usher in a European-style bike renaissance, society will need to shift toward a more even distribution of child-rearing duties between women and men, say UCLA researchers.
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.