Madeline is the deputy director of the UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies. Her research focuses on the transportation and mobility needs for vulnerable groups of people and is the founding editor-in-chief of Transfers Magazine.

Where You Go When Your Car is Home

By Madeline Brozen | January 17, 2023

Parking signs banning parking overnight for oversized vehicles.

When housing precarity meets parking policy

The Problem with Drive-In Services — Now and After COVID-19

By Madeline Brozen | November 17, 2020

The United States’ long history of drive-thru entertainment and services leaves out those without cars — especially during COVID-19.

How will LA’s new complete street measure up?

By Madeline Brozen | September 21, 2018

The six-mile redesign of Figueroa Avenue was the first of its kind in LA and is a potential model for future projects. But going forward, how will the city measure its success?