Marlon Boarnet is a professor and chair of the Department of Urban Planning and Spatial Analysis at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy.

Rich versus Poor, Near versus Far from Transit: Who Travels More?

By Marlon Boarnet, Andrew Eisenlohr, Raphael W. Bostic, Seva Rodnyansky, Evgeny Burinskiy, Hue-Tam Jamme, Raul Santiago-Bartolomei | May 17, 2021

With appropriate policies, TODs can solve both environmental and equity goals simultaneously

Why scooters are the future of transportation

By Marlon Boarnet | October 2, 2018

The e-mobility revolution has begun, with scooters and dockless bikes likely the first of many sustainable vehicles that can replace short car trips. Planners and policymakers should get on board.