Contest has ended. Congratulations Patrick M. of Alexandria, Virginia!
For the April 2019 Book Club selection, TransportiCA has chosen "Pricing Roads, Advancing Equity," by TransForm founder, former Executive Director, and independent consultant, Stuart Cohen, MPP, as well as, Alan S. Hoffman, M.Ed. /MS/S.M., transportation planning and policy specialist, and Founder / Editor of the blog, “Urban Visioning.”
Published in January, Pricing Roads, Advancing Equity is a joint effort of the Natural Resources Defense Council (“NRDC”) and TransForm, with case studies authorship and review from Chris Lepe, MUP, TransForm’s Regional Policy Director, editing by Edie Irons, Director of Communications, and research assistance from former graduate transport policy interns, Zack Deutsch-Gross and Matthew Chiodo.
With every month's selection, TransportiCA provides three questions, and if you send us all three correct responses, by the end of the month, and your name is drawn, you will win our prize. This month, for the first time, April’s winner receives both a gift membership to NRDC, as well as, a donation to TransForm - pledged in their honor.
Contest questions for "Pricing Roads, Advancing Equity" are:
1. TransForm began as the Bay Area Transit and Land Use Coalition (BATLUC). What was the major proposed document that led to the establishment BATLAC? 1998 Regional Transportation Plan
2. After 22 years as founder and Executive Director of TransForm, what is Cohen's new professional focus? Consultant
3. Currently a transportation planning and policy specialist, Hoffman was also founder and principal of what organizations? (Only one response needed.) Center for Advanced Urban Visioning and/or The Mission Group
Thank you for your interest in the Book Club, and best of luck with the contest!
No purchase is necessary, as questions are not taken directly from the publication, but from respective technical information, publicity, and/or the author's professional lives. To send in your response, submit via TransportiCA's "Contact Form" on the front-page (bottom left), sending your name, email address and answers. The deadline for submission is 23:59, Tuesday, 30 April 2019.