Join the Bloustein School’s first Twitter Chat on Tuesday, December 1st from 8pm – 9pm, where you can speak to current grad students and learn more about our graduate programs in Public Policy and Urban Planning. Send a tweet with the hashtag #BlouChat2016 with your questions!
On November 24 the Georgetown Climate Center (GCC) released a report prepared by the GCC with Cambridge Systematics regarding opportunities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector in the northeast and mid-Atlantic. The report, “Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Transportation: Opportunities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic,” analyzes policies and resulting benefits and costs […]Alan M. Voorhees, cambridge Systematics, EAC, Environmental Analysis and Communications Group, Georgetown Climate Center, greenhouse gas emissions, Jeanne Herb, Jon Carnegie, northeast mid-Atlantic, Robert Noland, transportation, Voorhees Transportation Center, VTC
Now in its sixth year, the Louis Berger Fellows program at the Bloustein School provides the opportunity for graduate students in urban planning or public policy to earn internship credit with one of the leading consulting organizations in the country. At the conclusion of their first year of study at the Bloustein School, fellows embark […]Deep Sea Port, fellows, fellowship, internship, Louis Berger, North South Highway, Panama, Port of Tema, Yinchuan
Vision Zero, a multi-national road traffic safety project which aims to achieve a roadway system with no fatalities or serious injuries in road traffic, is prominent in the minds of many planners around the world. It started in Sweden in October 1997, and New York City and Mayor Bill de Blasio adopted this initiative in […]advocacy, alumni, BSAA, fatalities, NYC, PoP Topic, traffic, Vision Zero
An integrated approach to providing access to reliable and safe transportation is needed for adults on the autism spectrum and their families, according to a new Rutgers study that offers recommendations for removing barriers to better mobility. The Rutgers report addresses transportation obstacles that those with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities, and […]autism, CAIT, mobility, report, transportation, travel, Voorhees, VTC