This week we’re headed to the Iowa Law Review’s Symposium "The Future of Law and Transportation". In this episode, we are sharing a panel on transportation and land use featuring Jonathan Levine, Audrey McFarlane, and Sara Bronin.
Jonathan Levine of the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan discusses his paper ‘Transportation Policy Entrenchment: Institutional Barriers to Accessibility Based Planning”
Audrey McFarlane, Associate Dean of Faculty Research & Development at the University of Baltimore School of Law, discusses her paper “Black Mobility and the Refusal of Funds: Structural Racism and Mass Transportation Decision-Making” which she wrote with Dean Julius Isaacson, also of the University of Baltimore School of Law.
And Sara Bronin, Thomas F. Gallivan Chair in Real Property Law and Faculty Director, Center for Energy and Environmental Law, University of Connecticut School of Law discusses “The Failed Federalism of Street and Vehicle Design Standards”
We hope you enjoy this episode and will be back with a few more through the end of the year.
Thanks to Greg Shill and the Iowa College of Law for allowing us to rebroadcast the audio.