Adam was an editorial assistant for Transfers and an urban planning alumnus at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.

Do more EVs mean less transportation funding? Not so, says new study

By Adam Russell | August 1, 2019

In California, the push for more electric cars could mean fewer drivers paying fuel taxes.

Q&A: Planning for the worst

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.

The federal government is derailing transit projects

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.

Q&A: How San Francisco improved its garages

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.