Jan 28, 2021
This week we’re joined by Erica Eggleton, a PhD Candidate at the University of Washington to chat about her work on Route Dynamics, an open source program that estimates the energy demand for electric bus routes run by King County Metro.
We talk about how Route Dynamics calculates electric bus energy consumption and...
Jan 26, 2021
This week on the Mondays show Dawn Miller, VP for Policy and Partnerships at Coord and Chrissy Mancini Nichols join the show.
We chat about Mayor Pete's Senate hearing, Sacramento's move away from single family zoning, and Dallas' new mobility plan.
We also talk a bit about DOT political appointments and Bernie's Wild...
Jan 21, 2021
This week we’re headed back to the Iowa Law Review’s Symposium The Future of Law and Transportation. In Part 2 of this series, Professor Jonathan Levine moderates a panel of four including Professor David Prytherch, Professor Jamila Jefferson-Jones, Professor Tara Goddard, and Professor Vanessa Casado Perez on the...
Jan 19, 2021
This week Tracy McMillan joins the show to chat about what a Biden Administration can do for localities, climate change in the Great Lakes, Paris' participatory budget, and what the commute means to everyone.
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Using Federal Power to liberate localities - Washington Monthly
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Jan 14, 2021
This week we’re joined by Professor Sean Benesh to talk about his new book Intro to the City. We chat about his love of Pre-Colombian cities, how being an ordained pastor connects to his urban thinking, and some thoughts about opening your mind when it comes to place.
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