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How much parking in LA? Try 18M spaces, or 3 for every car

Screen shot of CityLab story about parking in Los Angeles.

There’s now so much space dedicated to storing cars in Los Angeles, it takes up 14 percent of the county’s incorporated area. That amounts to almost one residential parking spot for every registered car in the county and three spots per car overall. Those findings come from a just-published study by the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering’s Ram Pendyala and colleagues at Arizona State University.

Friday, December 4, 2015

CityLab features Brakewood’s study showing real-time bus info leads to more riders

Giving bus riders real-time information about when the bus will arrive actually does increase the number of people who choose to hop aboard. The boost mostly comes on high-volume routes. But overall, it could mean millions more dollars in revenues for public transit agencies.

Monday, March 9, 2015
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