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Information and communication technologies (ICT) increasingly permeate the urban system of activity and travel. This researchy will comprise a series of analyses designed to establish a clear, conceptually and empirically valid understanding of ICTs role in cities, specificatlly on changes it may cause in lifestyle, activity, and travel behavior.
Proposal to improve mobility and increase the region's competitive position with its global counterports by infusing local transportation organizations and leaders with new ideas and information that will foster innovative approaches to the New York Region's aging transporation infrastructure through 3 full-day workshops featuring transportation executives, technology experts and management professionals.
Proposal to fund a workshop (VentureLab 1) to assist students in developing a business plan for "Rootstock," an academic initiative to develop a technology platform for learning, exchanging ideas and resources, and collecting student work deliverables on various topics.
Study of the role of truck sharing on Light Truck Vehicle (LTV) ownership.
Two-year research project to illuminate what does and doesn't work in founcation policy and practice to promote diversity, inclusion, and equity and to recommend mechanisms to facilitate learning and change within foundationsseeking to become more diverse and inclusive in their leadership, operations, and grant making.
This project aims to test the assumption that many suburb residents are willing to forgo dedicated street parking lanes in front of their houses for cheaper and/or larger housing, an option often unavailable in the current market due to the government's mandate of these parking lanes in local street standards.
To provide two types of support to the work that began under the Task Force on Future of Health Insurance and is continuing under the Commission on a High Performance Health System:
1. Provide programming and data support to the Fund and to grantees working on coverage, access, and cost containment issues.
2. Produce new work that supports the mission of expanding and improving health care access and containing costs.