Question for the academics,
I am curious as to how much emphasis (if any) the work of Professor John Kasarda is getting in urban planning programs at present. I have been suprised to encounter some recent grads who have never so much as heard of him. When his work is as much urban related as it is transportation related.
One who was familiar with him had been given the impression he was practically the anti-christ.
I have no opinion on (insert public works project here) but am excited for the opportunities it presents for all stakeholders.
Last edited by Policy Wonk; Dec 27, 2006 at 9:16 AM.