Carole Turley Voulgaris is an assistant professor of transportation planning at Harvard Graduate School of Design. She was previously an assistant professor in the civil engineering department at California Polytechnic State University. Her teaching and research interests focus on public transportation, sustainable mobility, and transportation forecasting.

Scaling the Summit: How De-emphasizing Transit Ridership Forecasts Inadvertently Improved Ridership Forecast Accuracy

By Carole Turley Voulgaris | May 23, 2019

The history of transportation planning is rife with examples of how attempts to fix one problem have created more problems somewhere else. This is a twist on that trope: a story of how a failed attemp …