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Overview of Strategies for Making Connections Between Transportation, Land Use and Air Quality


Traffic congestion, metropolitan growth, and air pollution are three of the most important issues facing urban policy makers in the 1990s. Often considered separately in the past, these issues are increasingly linked as regions such as Los Angeles and San Francisco grapple with the effects of growth. To explore the transportation, land use, and air quality connection, the UCLA Extension Public Policy Program conducted a research symposium under the guidance and support of a cross-section of public and private sponsors.

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