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How police’s reporting biases impact crash data

How police’s reporting biases impact crash data

| January 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Crash data is often mistaken for fact, but reporting bias may affect the data even more significantly than experts have already assumed. A new study from Kibrom A. Abay of the Department of Economics at the University of Copenhagen aims to investigate by analyzing the “nature, and impact of the reporting bias associated with the police-reported […]

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DC suburb links future to expansion of Metro line

DC suburb links future to expansion of Metro line

| June 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

“You couldn’t buy a Band-Aid in Tysons. Or a pencil,” says Jerry Gordon, head of Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, about the recent past of Tysons, a 2,100-acre suburb north of Washington, DC. Located in wealthy Fairfax County, Tysons can brag about the half-dozen Fortune 500 companies that call it home. Indeed, it’s one of […]

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Survey: New Yorkers say OK to residential parking permits at cost

Survey: New Yorkers say OK to residential parking permits at cost

| March 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Chicago, Boston, Denver, and Washington, DC—all have something the nation’s largest city doesn’t: residential parking permits (RPPs). New Yorkers instead take their chances finding spaces on the street, trading their time circling blocks for free public parking, yet they’d swap those circumstances for a permit, even if meant paying for it. That’s the surprising finding […]

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Car culture in L.A. on the skids?

Car culture in L.A. on the skids?

| April 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Roll down the window/Put down the top/Crank up the Beach Boys baby…/We’re gonna ride it till we just can’t ride it no more, sang Randy Newman in 1984.

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