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David Luberoff

The Roads Not Taken

David Luberoff is a lecturer in sociology at Harvard University and a senior project adviser to the Boston Area Research Initiative, a joint project of Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston. He is coauthor (with Alan Altshuler) of Mega-Projects: The Changing Politics of Urban Public Investment.

Photo: Louise Kennedy

 

Karilyn Crockett

Street Smart

Karilyn Crockett is a Dorchester native and PhD candidate in the American Studies program at Yale. Her dissertation, “People Before Highways”: Reconsidering Routes to and from the Boston Anti-highway Movement examines the role of neighborhood activists in redefining transportation and land-use planning during the 1960s.

Photo: Conor MacDonald

 

Peter Vanderwarker

What Was Saved

Peter Vanderwarker is a photographer whose work interprets natural and built environments. He has received Institute Honors from the American Institute of Architects, and support from the National Endowment for the Arts. Last June, he rode his bicycle across the North Cascades.

Photo: Ken Richardson

 

Stephanie Pollack

Promises to Keep

Stephanie Pollack is associate director of the Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy at Northeastern University, where her research focuses on transportation policy, transit-oriented development, sustainability, and equitable development. She was previously a staff attorney at the Conservation Law Foundation, at the time former governor Francis Sargent served as chairman of the board.

Photo: Will Dolan

 

David Dixon FAIA

Road Work Ahead

David Dixon FAIA has directed the national planning and urban design practice at Goody Clancy for more than 20 years. His Boston projects include planning for 25 Massachusetts Turnpike air-rights parcels, the Fort Point waterfront, the MBTA Fairmount Line, and the Charles River Basin.

Photo: Goody Clancy