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    Newbie into Parking policy (and transport/planning generally)

    I have dipped into Cyburbia from time to time but have only just registered. I am an Australian living in Singapore.

    I am faculty in a Public Policy School and teach introductory urban policy, infrastructure policy and transport policy courses for our public policy graduate students.

    My professional interests are mainly in transport planning (and its interface with urban planning). For a couple of years now I have been most into PARKING policy issues, with my thinking prodded initially by Donald Shoup and Todd Litman's work.

    I write/manage a blog devoted to parking policy: http://www.reinventingparking.org/ Please take a look if you are interested in parking issues. The focus is international. Feedback is welcome (here on cyburbia or else via the site itself).

    I am also interested in various other urban transportation issues (see http://www.reinventingtransport.org/ to get an idea).

    Hoping to hear from folks here with similar interests.

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    OH....IO Hink's avatar
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    Welcome from the Great State of Ohio! It sounds like you will be a great asset to have around the Transportation Forum. Check it out and contribute. Great to have you!
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    Super Moderator luckless pedestrian's avatar
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    welcome from downeast Maine!

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    Hello, from Dallas, TX!
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