Who Are Our Streets For?: A Q&A with 2014 Lee Schipper Scholar Madeline Brozen by embarqnetwork

2014 Lee Schipper Scholar Madeline Brozen will research how to better evaluate street performance, challenging the conventional Level of Service (LOS) method. Her conclusions will help cities develop better infrastructure for walking and bicycling. Photo via Madeline Brozen. Madeline Brozen is a Program Manager within UCLA’s Complete Streets Initiative and a recipient of the 2014 Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship . Her research focuses on urban design policy, with an emphasis on how cities can shift from car-oriented streets to infrastructure that supports bicycling and walking. TheCityFix caught up with Madeline to get her perspective on urban mobility and how we can reshape streets and cities for people. ### Tell us about yourself! Where are you from? What kind of transport did you use growing up? I’m from Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States originally, and I’ve been i...

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