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  1. The Costs and Benefits of Urban Expansion

    Evidence from Mexico, 1990–2010
    Documentos de trabajo
    Marzo 2019
    Jorge Montejano, Paavo Monkkonen, Erick Guerra, and Camilo Caudillo

    Urbanization is generally linked to economic growth, and agglomeration economies mean that people in larger cities are more productive. However, urban expansion is also associated with congestion,...

  2. Learning Curve

    Urban Planners Shift Gears As Autonomous Vehicles Hit the Streets
    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2019
    By Kathleen McCormick, March 19, 2019

    Last fall, Las Vegas completed a yearlong pilot of the nation’s first public self-driving shuttle. Over the course of the experiment, more than 32,000 people hopped aboard a blue electric minibus...

  3. City Tech

    The Road to Smarter Transit Is Paved with Data
    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2019
    By Rob Walker, March 15, 2019

    "What gets measured, gets managed,” goes the business truism. For better or worse, the idea applies to the design of cities and infrastructure, too. And the emergence of big data—massive sets of raw...

  4. Mayor’s Desk

    When it Comes to Sustainability, Santa Monica is Making Waves
    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2019
    By Anthony Flint, March 5, 2019

    From a clean-power purchasing plan to a zero-net-energy ordinance for new single-family construction, Santa Monica is implementing cutting-edge sustainability policies. Anthony Flint talks with newly...

  5. Land Lines January 2019

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2019
    Edited by Katharine Wroth

    This issue, celebrating 30 years of Land Lines and the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy, includes articles on the colorful history of the Colorado River, seeking compromise in an era of...

  6. Beyond Drought

    The Search for Solutions as Climate Impacts a Legendary River
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2019
    By Matt Jenkins

    The Colorado River Basin states and tribes, the U.S. government, and Mexico have been pushing hard to finalize plans for addressing a persistent drought. But these efforts are likely just the...

  7. Distributive Impacts and Support for Mass Transportation Projects

    An Experimental Evaluation in Bogotá, Colombia
    Documentos de trabajo
    Diciembre 2018
    Alishia C. Holland

    Who supports mass infrastructure projects? Mass transportation infrastructure, such as metros and highways, is hugely expensive. But it also can deliver widespread benefits to users and windfall...

  8. Hydraulic Empire

    Sharing a Legacy, Carving a Future for the Colorado River
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2018
    By Allen Best

    In its sheer complexity, the Colorado stands out among the rivers of America, and probably the world. Explore the twists and turns of this 1,450-mile waterway, which lead from the snowy mountains of...

  9. Colorado River Water

    The Shift from Farms to Cities
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2018
    By Allen Best

    Until recent decades, agriculture was the main driver of development along the Colorado River. But with population growth, water use has shifted to urban needs, with implications for water-sharing...

  10. Public Finance

    How Auctioning Building Rights Can Help Fund Infrastructure and Affordable Housing
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2018
    By Will Jason, December 14, 2018

    As U.S. cities struggle to provide adequate infrastructure and affordable housing, many are underutilizing one of their greatest assets: the land on which they sit. They can look to an unlikely place...

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