Political and Financial Barriers and Transportation Solutions

Political and Financial Barriers and Transportation Solutions

Like last week, your readings identify several transportation solutions and identify political and financial barriers. Which solutions do you find the most promising (and politically and financially viable)? Based on the reading and our class discussion last week, how do you think the Covid pandemic will shape transportation in the future?

The response should: 1) critically discuss or reflect on specific themes, concepts, data or proposals presented in the readings; 2) include some comparative assessment or identify connections among different readings; and 3) include at least one thoughtful discussion question. Your original post should be at least 300 words (about a page and a half double spaced). Thoughtful and analytical responses typically take up to 500 words. Don’t respond with generalities (e.g. “This was an interesting article).

1.Karner, A, J. London, D. Rowangould, and K. Manaugh. 2020. From Transportation Equity to Transportation Justice: Within, Through, and Beyond the State. Journal of Planning Literature, 35: 4 (440-459). Karner et al Transportation Equity.pdf

Muller, Peter O. 2017. Transportation and Urban Form: Stages in the Spatial Evolution of the American Metropolis. PP. 57-86 in S. Hanson and G. Giuliano, Geography of Urban Transportation. New York: Guilford Press.

Blumenberg, E. 2017. Social Equity and Urban Transportation. Pp. 332-358 in Hanson and Giuliano.

 

Transportation 1 Readings Fall 2018.pdf

The pdf above is both Muller and Blumenberg.

Pollack, S, L. Williams, R. Lopez, and I. Luna. 2015. The Toll of Transportation. Boston: Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center (链接到外部网站。), Northeastern University. (read executive summary).