"Why America Can’t Build"

Palladium Magazine | July 30, 2022

The goal of the 2009 Sepulveda Pass Freeway Expansion Project seemed simple. A carpool lane was to be added to reduce congestion on a 10-mile stretch of Los Angeles’s I-405 freeway, the second most congested road in the U.S.


"A changing Berkeley: 6 maps show how the past decade has remade the city"

Berkeleyside | July 17, 2022

Berkeley is adding people faster than housing units 

Across the Bay Area, there are reports of overcrowding forced by sky-high rents. And in Berkeley, population growth outpaced housing growth in the last decade: On average, a single census block in Berkeley added about six people and one new housing unit.