The Ethics of Disruptive Transportation Technologies
Monday, September 24, 2018, midnight
Saturday, December 31, 2022, midnight CST
CM | 1.25
E | 1.50
The course describes some of the more disruptive transportation technologies and how they raise issues of equity. Ways to think about the challenges are laid out along with a methodology for analyzing and addressing ethical issues. Material from the AICP Code of ethics will be presented as part of the framework for decision-making.
Current employment Pro Bono Planner Last Employment: Senior Associate, Zucker Systems 2017-2018 Assistant Director for Land Use, Burbank, CA October, 2012 through December, 2016. Author • Planetizen Blogger on Ethics • “Planning for Social Justice in California: Observations from a Planner,” pp. 31-38, in Carolina Planning Journal, Vol. 38, 2013. • Chapter on Ethics in Planning for the Downtown entitled “Whose In and Whose Out’ in Ethics, Design and Planning of the Built Environment, Urban and Landscape Perspectives, Vol. 12, Springer, 2013. • Everyday Ethics for Practicing Planners, American Planning Association, 2002. (The only book every published by AICP Press.) Ethics Committee Service • AICP Ethics Code Revision Committee, 2002 • Helped author the combined “APA/AICP Statement of Ethical Principles,” 1992. • Helped author the 1990 “APA Statement of Ethical Principles.” * Member of APA/AICP Ethics Committee, 1989 to 1994. * Member of AICP Ethics Committee, 1980-1986. • Chapter Presidents’ Council Representative to Committee which drafted AICP Code of Ethics, 1977-78. APA Service • Regular instructor on ethics for planning student classes, AICP Examination Preparation, and Certification Maintenance Credits • President, California Planning Foundation, 2012 to 2015. • Vice President, Professional Development, APA California Chapter for 2008-2010 • Past President, Texas Chapter • Past President, National Capital Area Chapter • Past Member, APA Board of Directors • Past Secretary/Treasurer of the American Planning Association APA Awards • Fellow, AICP, 1999 inaugural class • Distinguished Service Award • Diana Donald Award Outstanding Site Visitor Award from PAB, 2018