Welcome to the first part of a special Code 53 two-part episode on the issue of parking in the multifamily sector. With more parking per car in America than there is housing per person, hit play to get up to speed on the history, economics, and policies at the intersection of land use and transportation. Host Alison Johnson is joined by Dr. Michael Manville, Associate Professor of Urban Planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs for a detailed look at how minimum off-street parking requirements tend to hide the public costs of driving and parking in the property market.
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Dr. Michael Manville
Associate Professor of Urban Planning
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Dr. Michael Manville is Associate Professor of Urban Planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Both his research and teaching focus on the relationships between transportation and land use, and on local public finance. Much of his research concerns the tendency of local governments to hide the costs of driving in the property market, through land use restrictions intended to fight traffic congestion. These land use laws only sometimes reduce congestion, and can profoundly influence the supply and price of housing. Learn More About Dr. Manville >>>
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