Big and Bigger: Place and Planning in Mexico City

Monday, May 12, 2014
4:30 pm - 8:30 pm, Public Affairs Building - Patio and Terrace

Six Vignettes on Lessons for L.A.

See below for additional information.


Free and open to the public.


UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
(310) 562-7356


Additional Information

Event begins with a casual dinner/social period at 5:00pm in the 3rd floor Luskin Student Commons area of the School of Public Affairs. Student presentations begin at 5:20pm. 


  • 5:00pm Introductions and overview
  • 5:20pm Sprawl in the Mexico City Region, Benton Heimsath 5:45pm Planning for the Exceptional: How Transportation Agencies Plan for, Respond to, and Recover from Earthquakes in Mexico City and Los Angeles, Chelsea Richer
  • 6:05pm Regulating the "Domestication" of Public Spaces in Mexico City: Lessons for L.A., Skye Allmang
  • 6:45pm Land Use Policies and Parquimetros; Planning for Parking in L.A. and Mexico City, Doreen Zhao
  • 7:10pm Bicycle and Pedestrian Behaviors in Mexico City and Los Angeles, Dustin Foster
  • 7:35pm A Comparative Analysis of Bicycle Advocacy Movements in L.A. and Mexico City, Hyeran Lee

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