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Social Science Network - for more of Greg’s work.
#transportationlaw2020 - Iowa Law Review Symposium webinar
Do you think there might be AICP credits for that symposium session?
@Elise - we can ask Greg.
Has PA ever considered HOV lanes on 95 or 76?
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Which one is better adapted to deal with Covid?
Please explain “zoning forces you to drive.” Are you suggesting every block of a city/town must allow multi-family (apartments)?
Thanks, Kevin and Cassidy, for linking. Here’s the SSRN page with my research for those interested: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=887547
There aren’t AICP credits for the Symposium unfortunately
@Greg - Thanks for answering that question, and for providing the links.
Zoning: there isn’t a big city in America whose core could be rebuilt the way it is today, because of zoning. It’s the combination of bans on mixed uses (eg no corner stores in a residential area), minimum yard sizes, maximum floor-area ratios, bans on multi-family housing, etc. We’re very, very far away from apartments being legalized everywhere. I would start by legalizing as of right in the core and near transit.
Happy to chat further at Q&A
Do Traffic Police write these tickets in NYC or just regular Police Officers?
Has any consideration been given to educating judges/magistrates as to the effectiveness of enforcement, with respect to traffic safety, to include application of fines/penalties?
regular police officers
Thanks, everyone! I welcome follow-ups - my contact info is here and I’m also on twitter @greg_shill: https://law.uiowa.edu/gregory-shill
Thanks for the conversation John, Sean and Jerry. Great forum Marco and Kevin!
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