Mitchell Moss and Sarah Kaufman Recognized by City & State's Transportation Top 100
City & State has recognized NYU Wagner faculty members Mitchell Moss and Sarah Kaufman in the publication's annual list of the top 100 transportation policy influencers in New York. Moss and Kaufman run the Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management, housed at Wagner.
"New York University’s Rudin Center has been a fount of research-supported revelations on transportation policy critical to the region," writes the publication's editors who compiled the Transportation Top 100 roster.
"Mitchell Moss and his colleagues showed slashing the MTA’s budget would cost 450,000 jobs and $65 billion in GDP, and another study found public transit use wasn’t linked to a high rate of COVID-19. Meanwhile, Sarah Kaufman hopes to take a deeper look at micro-mobility use during New York City’s e-scooter share pilot," according to the publication.