Interview with Government Technology: Data, Analytics Will Reshape Chicago Curbside Management

Data, Analytics Will Reshape Chicago Curbside Management https://www.govtech.com/analytics/data-analytics-will-reshape-chicago-curbside-management.html The City Tech project aims to take a broader view, by understanding the many demands on any given section of curb across a city. The idea, said Ponce is, “to help cities better understand the breadth and the detail of curbside use, to equip them to better […]

Feature of My One-Way Street Conversion Work

Feature of some of my work in LEO Weekly: https://www.leoweekly.com/2020/02/new-albany-louisville-not-pushed-downtown-street-redesign/ Two-Way Streets Make Better Cities Who says two-way streets are better than one-way streets for cities? UofL urban and public affairs professor John “Hans” Gilderbloom and William Riggs of the University of San Francisco say they can be. They based their conclusion on a study […]

Op-Ed: Balancing profits and human dignity in the gig economy

Balancing profits and human dignity in the gig economy Cities have been ecosystems to improve trade and connect humans since the earliest days of civilization. As they evolved, cities developed protocols to ensure their denizens would experience more dignified, livable conditions. Historically, they have grappled with labor fairness and conquered issues of disease and poverty […]