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Less traffic, better places: a lecture at Stanford by Patrick Siegman (video)

In a guest lecture at Stanford today, Siegman & Associates founder Patrick Siegman discussed the parking reform movement sweeping America, how reforming parking policies can help cities prosper, the great earthquake and fire of 1906, why Silicon Valley’s transit systems are some of the least cost-effective (and how to improve them), and the illegal origins of some leading Silicon Valley firms.

Watch the lecture here (the presentation begins at minute 3).

Our thanks to course leader Ken Der, Prof. Danno Glanz, and their colleagues for creating this course and inviting us to be a part of it.