Fordham Urban Law Journal

A bimonthly legal book published by the law school at Fordham University. Each issue focuses on a single topic, and publishes original research, critical pieces, and long-form essays related to that topic.

Articles from Vol. 44, No. 4, August

Big Soda: Too Sweet to Fail?
Introduction 1268 I. How Could Something So Sweet Be So Dangerous? 1272 A. The Problem with Sugar 1273 B. What Makes Soda So Bad? 1275 C....
Community Engagement and Transportation Equity
Introduction 1103 I. Inequitable Distribution of Benefits and Burdens 1104 II. Access to Opportunity 1107 III. Fair Governance 1109 Conclusion ...
Confronting Inequality in Metropolitan Regions: Realizing the Promise of Civil Rights and Environmental Justice in Metropolitan Transportation Planning
Introduction 1018 I. The Metropolitan Region and Regional Inequity 1022 A. Early Suburbanization 1023 B. White Flight, Subsidized Post-War Suburbanization,...
Cybermobs, Civil Conspiracy, and Tort Liability
Introduction 1218 I. Background of Internet Harassment and Civil Conspiracy 1221 A. Internet Harassment 1221 B. Civil Litigation and its Internet Inadequacies ...
Erasing the Mark of Cain: An Empirical Analysis of the Effect of Ban-the-Box Legislation on the Employment Outcomes of People of Color with Criminal Records
"Criminals, it turns out, are the one social group in America we have permission to hate. " --Michelle Alexander (1) TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1154 I. Why...
New Strategies for Reducing Transportation Emissions and Preparing for Climate Impacts
Introduction 920 I. Background 922 II. Federal and State Policies That Promote Zero-Emission Vehicles ...
Priorities in Mitigating Emissions from the Transportation Sector and in Adapting Transportation Facilities to Climate Change
Introduction 1115 I. Climate Change, Transportation, and Fuel Efficiency 1116 II. Fuel Efficiency Standards and Pricing 1119 III. Climate Change and Transportation Planning 1124 IV. Transportation...
The Transit-Jobs Nexus: Insights for Transit-Oriented Development
Introduction 1132 I. Analyzing Transit and Jobs for Sustainability 1135 A. The Importance to Society and Sustainability of Transit and its Proximity to Jobs ...
Traffic Justice: Achieving Effective and Equitable Traffic Enforcement in the Age of Vision Zero
"No goal is more ambitious than zero [traffic fatalities], but at the same time no other goal is acceptable." (1)--New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 970 I. The U.S....
Transit-Oriented Developments Make a Difference in Job Location
TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1080 I. TODs and Job Attraction 1084 II. Analytic Approach 1087 III. Light Rail Transit Job Location Results 1091 IV. Bus Rapid Transit Job Location...
Transportation Planning in an Era of Inequality and Climate Change
Introduction 1005 I. Background 1005 II. Economic and Social Equity Challenges 1008 III. Resilience and Climate Change 1011 Conclusion 1016 INTRODUCTION...
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