I live a few blocks from Bourbon Street and can see the skyscrapers of downtown New Orleans peek between the buildings from my balcony. I spend most of my days indoors researching to escape the heat. Jed and I have been actively attending neighborhood association and planning meetings, about one a day. We’re presenting an […]
Written May, 2006 The fourth year analysis of the impacts of carsharing in the Bay Area. This is the result of my work as a graduate student researcher under Robert Cervero at UC Berkeley while working on my Master’s in City Planning. Written with Aaron Golub and Robert Cervero. Official Description: This is the fourth […]
Written May, 2006 Using GIS and a lot of assumptions, this paper presents methods for evacuating the population of New Orleans. Written with Eliza Johnston. Download pdf
By: Brendan Nee and Courtney Pash Written Dec 3, 2004 Introduction Transit offers numerous benefits to individuals, communities, the environment and employers. Like most commodities, the price can be substantially lower if bought in bulk or as a group. Deep discount group pass programs offer neighborhoods, employers, campuses and other groups the ability to provide […]
By: Brendan Nee Written November, 2004 Introduction: What started as a large trade show developed in to a forum for idea exchange which helped define architectural styles, planning movements and the way the world views technology. World’s Fairs brought people together from around the globe for a year of festivities and exhibits which helped to […]
This paper was written for an urban geography class junior year of college. I flew back to my hometown of La Crosse, WI and collected historical maps & aerials from the local library, then did some basic measurements of landuse & population over time.