Adam was an editorial assistant for Transfers and an urban planning alumnus at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
By Adam Russell | November 27, 2018
Unfortunately, many cities don’t plan for disasters, especially if they haven’t experienced them before. But disaster planning shouldn’t happen in a vacuum: Disaster planning should be seen in the terms of creating more resilient cities.
By Adam Russell | August 28, 2018
Trump administration officials have been slow-walking nearly $1.4 billion in funding for new projects in several cities, and delaying implementation of crucial policies to improve old systems.
By Adam Russell | May 16, 2018
Ensuring that cities get the most out of their parking garage spaces requires making them profitable yet available, and reliably so, through pricing that balances different needs.