Addressing Traffic Congestion in San Francisco

This semester, I took a Policy Analysis course as well as a Quantitative Methods course. Since I have an overarching interest in transportation, I decided to thematically tie these two courses together by focusing each of their final projects on the same topic - i.e., looking at ways to reduce traffic congestion in San Francisco. … Continue reading Addressing Traffic Congestion in San Francisco

Addressing Creekside Homelessness

One of my community engagement projects this semester involved learning about the homeless situation along Coyote Creek, a waterway that runs through the heart of San José, CA. "The Jungle" is one particular area infamous for being the largest homeless encampment in the continental United States. Our team was tasked with analyzing policy options to … Continue reading Addressing Creekside Homelessness