Michael Manville is the editor-in-chief of Transfers Magazine and an associate professor of urban planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
By Michael Manville | January 17, 2023
As I write this editor’s note, rain is lashing the windows of my apartment — an unusual event for Los Angeles. Over the last two weeks our normally sunny city, like most of the rest of California, has …
By Michael Manville | June 1, 2022
This issue of Transfers revolves around driving. In a sense, that’s appropriate.
By Michael Manville | December 1, 2021
Issue 8 swings between the old and new, with articles addressing some of the oldest questions in transportation planning and the new implications brought about by COVID-19.
By Michael Manville | November 17, 2020
Issue 6 of Transfers Magazine touches on some of the most important issues that we as a society face: how to attain more equality, and do less environmental harm.
By Michael Manville | May 27, 2020
It is more than a little odd to release a magazine about transportation at a time when few people are going anywhere. Eventually, however, the pandemic will end. When it does, the world will need wise transportation policy.
Longer View: The Fairness of Congestion Pricing
By Michael Manville | May 23, 2019
Can congestion pricing be fair? On the surface, using tolls to fight traffic seems to perfectly illustrate the tension between efficiency and equity. Traffic congestion is an inefficiency. Roads get c …