Tag Archives: Transportation

Amsterdam Worldwide First: A Cycling Mayor

Tracy Metz (LF '07) reports on how cities are taking cycling seriously, with Amsterdam setting the pace. Urban cycling is all the rage in cities nowadays. For tourists it’s a fun way of seeing the city, for locals in cities … read more

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Ian Lockwood’s Humor Weapon

We learned that Streetsblog has a new contributor from the Loeb class of 2012: “Transportation engineer Ian Lockwood is not only a leading voice within the profession for safer, multi-modal streets, he’s also an amateur cartoonist known for skewering the absurdity … read more

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São Paulo Expedition

The 2017 Loeb Fellows joined the studio trip to Brazil for Felipe Correa’s course São Paulo: the Rescaling of Rail Infrastructure and New Models of Domestic Life. Mark Lamster presents the trip in photos.

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Robin Chase is Still Disruptive

In an interview for Meeting of the Minds, Robin Chase (LF ’05) reflects on the role of the public sector in democratizing the benefits of technology and adapting for innovation. She doesn’t see a contradiction between economic progress and preserving … read more

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Loeb Fellows to Facebook: Think Regionally

Last month, when Facebook invited Loeb alums to its newly expanded corporate headquarters as part of a bus tour of Silicon Valley, it realized it had an informal braintrust it could mine for ideas about a variety of challenges Facebook … read more

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London Olympic Legacy

Camilla Ween (LF ’08) worked until 2011 for Transport for London, advising the mayor on land use development. Having had both feet in the planning process for the 2012 Olympics plus the benefit of hindsight, she delivers a thoughtful appraisal … read more

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Teresa Brice Honored as Latina Trailblazer

Teresa Brice (LF ’06) is among the 2016 Arizona Latina Trailblazers being honored in June by the Raul H. Castro Institute at Phoenix College. She will join a cohort of civil rights pioneers, politicians, and leaders of industry who are shining … read more

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Mobility in Mexico: Spring study tour journal

Each spring the Loeb Fellows embark on an international study tour to exchange ideas with professionals and leaders in other countries. This year the Loebs traveled with a studio led by Diane Davis, Jose Castillo, Housing in Merida Yucatan: the urban and the … read more

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Robin Chase at the Inter-American Development Bank

Robin Chase (LF ’05) will be in Washington, DC, this Thursday morning for a conversation with Luis Alberto Moreno, president of the Inter-American Development Bank. It’s the second event of the Open Knowledge Series, and they will unpack the collaborative … read more

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Reflections on Paris COP 21

Why ecomobility is central to reducing the carbon footprints of our cities The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP 21 Paris, appears to have exceeded expectations and has probably paved the way to a more open and collaborative process … read more

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