Part of the University of Vermont Dan and Carole Burack President's Distinguished Lecture Series, 'Who Knows About Kids These Days? Understanding the Travel Behavior of Teens and Young Adults' with Brian Taylor, PhD, FAICP. Brian Taylor studies travel behavior, transportation finance, and the history and politics of planning, mostly conducted in collaboration with his terrific students. Much of his scholarship examines equity - who pays for transportation systems and how these systems in turn serve the needs of people who - because of low income, disability, location, or age - have lower levels of mobility. His most recent research examines time use and travel among young people and those living in non-traditional households.
A native of California, Professor Taylor joined the UCLA faculty in 1994 after serving as a faculty member in City & Regional Planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and prior to that he was an Analyst with the San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission
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