Michael Manville

Michael Manville is Associate Professor of Urban Planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, where he is an affiliate of both the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies and the UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies. His research examines transportation, land use, and interactions between the two.

Courses taught by Michael Manville

Traffic Congestion, Part One: Sources and Responses

This course explains sources of traffic congestion while also examining the common preconceptions that inform how planners and policy-makers respond to the challenge of reducing congestion, for better or worse.

68 Mins
AIA CES
AICP CM

Traffic Congestion, Part Two: Congestion Pricing

This course will dive into congestion pricing: what it is, why it could work, and how governments might implement it.

56 Mins
AICP CM