Michael Manville: Why do Voters Support Public Transportation? Public Choices and Private Behavior
Michael Manville is an assistant professor of city and regional planning at Cornell. He studies transportation and land use, and local public finance. Manville has advised local, state, and federal and international officials about transportation policy, and has consulted with both developers and environmental organizations about land use regulation. He holds a Ph.D. in urban planning from the University of California–Los Angeles.
Michael Manville: Getting from Here to There
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Planning Professor Advocates a Higher Price for Driving
If So Many People Support Mass Transit, Why Do So Few Ride?
Parking Is Hell: A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast
As Americans Drive Less, What Does That Mean For Cities?
Use of Public Transit Isn't Surging
Want Cheaper Housing? Stop Requiring Parking
Hospitality, Real Estate in China Set to Boom, Summit Finds
CRP Faculty News Updates - August 2013
Transportation expert Manville joins city and regional planning department