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This course will introduce the concept of racial equity analyses in land use planning, describe the motives and rationales behind such analyses, provide for guidance for conducting such analyses and review, and critique an example racial equity analysis.
This course presents the latest ADU policy developments from leading American cities, key challenges and opportunities for increasing ADU production (or limit it), first-hand examples of ADUs completed by the instructor, and best practices in ADU affordability programs.
This course discusses the social trends putting people at risk on U.S. streets and roads; why traffic safety is fundamentally a problem of systematic, structural inequality; and what U.S. planners and the public can do about it.
This course investigates the meaning of “feminist city planning” by exploring how women have impacted cities past and present and imagining what a women-led city would look like from a variety of perspectives—both bottom-up and top-down.
Engaging youth in the revitalization of their own communities can impact their sense of ownership and pride and inform the way they show up and operate in that space.
In The High Cost of Free Parking, course instructor Donald Shoup argued that minimum parking requirements subsidize cars, increase traffic congestion, pollute the air, encourage sprawl, increase housing costs, degrade urban design, prevent walkability, damage the economy, and penalize people who cannot afford a car.