Given this group’s interest in all things urbanism/transit, I thought it might be cool to start a “little free library” of sorts to share good books that folks might want to read and then pass on to other members of the community. It’s also an excuse for me to get rid of some classics from grad school that have been gathering dust on my shelf! If folks are interested in any of these, reply/dm me and you can pick up on our front porch in Oakwood (DM for address).
- Donald Shoup’s seminal The High Cost of Free Parking
- The Transit Metropolis by Robert Cervero (seminal work on transit and land use)
- Geography of Urban Transportation by Susan Hanson eat al, standard grad school textbook focusing on transportation planning
- Transportation and Sustainable Campus Communities - specialization book that’s somewhat dated but still very useful for thinking about planning for the unique urban system of college campuses (but could also be useful for hospitals or any large campus that includes a live/work environment).