Reuben Rose-Redwood

Reuben Rose-Redwood - Associate Professor of Geography; Co-Director of the Critical Geographies Research Lab; Chair of the UVic Committee for Urban Studies; Member of the Cultural, Social, and Political Thought (CSPT) Program; Co-Editor of Dialogues in Human Geography; Assistant Editor of Journal of International Students (PhD, Pennsylvania State University)

Office: B354, Turpin Building
Phone: (250)-721-7331
Email: redwood@uvic.ca

     

 

 

Research Interests

  • Urban historical geography
  • Social & cultural geography
  • Cultural landscape studies
  • Politics of space and place
  • Performativity and performance studies
  • Governmentality, space, and the politics of calculation
  • Critical toponymies and the politics of mapping
  • Social & political implications of geospatial technologies
  • Urban Historical GIS
  • GeoHumanities
  • History of geographical thought
  • New York City

 

Teaching

  • GEOG 218 - Social & Cultural Geography
  • GEOG 340 - Geographies of the North American City
  • GEOG 448 - Urban Social Geographies
  • GEOG 500 - Geographical Research Approaches and Design
  • GEOG 536 - Graduate Seminar in Human Geography

 

Publications

Edited Books and Special Issues

Rose-Redwood, C. and Rose-Redwood, R., eds. (under contract), International Encounters: Higher Education and the International Student Experience. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Rose-Redwood, R. and Bigon, L., eds. (under contract, 2018), Gridded Worlds: An Urban Anthology. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

Rose-Redwood, C. and Rose-Redwood, R., eds. (forthcoming, 2018), Special Issue on “Fostering Successful Integration and Engagement Between Domestic and International Students on College and University Campuses,” Journal of International Students.

Rose-Redwood, R., Alderman, D., and Azaryahu, M., eds. (2018), The Political Life of Urban Streetscapes: Naming, Politics, and Place. New York: Routledge. [preview]

Rose-Redwood, R., ed. (2015), Special Issue on “Deconstructing the Map: 25 Years On,” Cartographica 50(1): 1-57. [abstract]

Glass, M. and Rose-Redwood, R., eds. (2014), Performativity, Politics, and the Production of Social Space. New York: Routledge. [preview]

Rose-Redwood, R. and Tantner, A., eds. (2012), Special Section on “Governmentality, House Numbering, and the Spatial History of the Modern City,” Urban History 39(4): 607-679. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. and Alderman, D., eds. (2011), Special Issue on “New Directions in Political Toponymy,” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10(1): 1-41. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R., ed. (2010), Special Issue on “Encountering Mannahatta: A Critical Review Forum,” Cartographica 45(4): 241-272. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R., Alderman, D., and Azaryahu, M., eds. (2008), Special Issue on “Collective Memory and the Politics of Urban Space,” GeoJournal 73(3): 160-253. [abstract]

 

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Kobayashi, A., Rose-Redwood, R., Aagesen, S., and the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective (forthcoming, 2018), “Exile: Mapping the Migratory Patterns of Japanese Canadians Exiled to Japan in 1946,” Journal of American Ethnic History.

Stanger-Ross, J., Blomley, N., and the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective (forthcoming, 2017), “Property Claims of the Dispossessed: How Japanese Canadians Contested the Forced Sale of Everything They Owned, 1940s,” Law and History Review.

Adams, E., Stanger-Ross, J., and the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective (2017), "Promises of Law: The Unlawful Dispossession of Japanese Canadians," Osgoode Hall Law Journal 54(3): 687-739. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, C. and Rose-Redwood, R. (2017), “‘It Definitely Felt Very White’: Race, Gender, and the Performative Politics of Assembly at the Women's March in Victoria, BC,” Gender, Place and Culture 24(5): 645-654. [abstract]

Stanger-Ross, J. and the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective (2016), “Suspect Properties: The Vancouver Origins of the Forced Sale of Japanese-Canadian-owned Properties, WWII,” Journal of Planning History 15(4): 271-289. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. vs. Smith, J. (2016), “Strange Encounters: A Dialogue on Cultural Geography Across the Political Divide,” Journal of Cultural Geography 33(3): 365-378. [abstract]

Thatcher, J., Bergmann, L., Ricker, B., Rose-Redwood, R. (Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective), O'Sullivan, D., Barnes, T., Barnesmoore, L., Imaoke, L., Burns, R., Cinnamon, J., Dalton, C., Davis, S., Harvey, F., Jung, J., Kersten, E., Knigge, L., Lally, N., Lin, W., Mahmoudi, D., Martin, M. Payne, W., Sheikh, A., Shelton, T., Sheppard, E., Strother, C., Tarr, A., Wilson, M., and Young, J. (2016), “Revisiting Critical GIS,” Environment & Planning A 48(5): 815-824. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2016), “‘Reclaim, Rename, Reoccupy’: Decolonizing Place and the Reclaiming of PKOLS,” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 15(1): 187-206. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. and Kadonaga, L. (2016), “‘The Corner of Avenue A and Twenty-Third Street’: Geographies of Street Numbering in the United States,” The Professional Geographer 68(1): 39-52. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2015), “The Limits to Deconstructing the Map,” Cartographica 50(1): 1-8. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2015), “Looking ‘Beyond’ Power? J.B. Harley's Legacy and the Powers of Cartographic World-Making,” Cartographica 50(1): 54-57. [abstract]

Tucker, B. and Rose-Redwood, R. (2015), “Decolonizing the Map? Toponymic Politics and the Rescaling of the Salish Sea,” The Canadian Geographer 59(2): 194-206. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, C. and Rose-Redwood, R. (2013), “Self-Segregation or Global Mixing? Social Interactions and the International Student Experience,” Journal of College Student Development 54(4): 413-429. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. and Tantner, A. (2012), “Introduction: Governmentality, House Numbering, and the Spatial History of the Modern City,” Urban History 39(4): 607-613. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2012), “‘A Regular State of Beautiful Confusion’: Governing by Numbers and the Contradictions of Calculable Space in New York City,” Urban History 39(4): 624-638. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2012), “With Numbers in Place: Security, Territory, and the Production of Calculable Space,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102(2): 295-319. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2011), “Mythologies of the Grid in the Empire City, 1811-2011,” Geographical Review 101(3): 396-413. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. and Alderman, D. (2011), “Critical Interventions in Political Toponymy,” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10(1): 1-6. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2011), “Rethinking the Agenda of the 'New’ Political Toponymy,” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10(1): 34-41. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R., and Li, L. (2011), “From Island of Hills to Cartesian Flatland? Using GIS to Assess Topographical Change in New York City, 1819-1999,” The Professional Geographer 63(3): 392-405. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2010), “Visions of Mannahatta: Historical Memory and the Cartographic Mythologies of the 'Natural Landscape’ as Ecological Baseline,” Cartographica 45(4): 242-247. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R., Alderman, D., and Azaryahu, M. (2010), “Geographies of Toponymic Inscription: New Directions in Critical Place-Name Studies,” Progress in Human Geography 34(4): 453-470. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2008), “‘Sixth Avenue is Now a Memory’: Regimes of Spatial Inscription and the Performative Limits of the Official City-Text,” Political Geography 27(8): 875-894. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R., Alderman, D., and Azaryahu, M. (2008), “Collective Memory and the Politics of Urban Space: An Introduction,” GeoJournal 73(3): 160-163. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2008), “From Number to Name: Symbolic Capital, Places of Memory, and the Politics of Street Renaming in New York City,” Social & Cultural Geography 9(4): 432-452. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2008), “Indexing the Great Ledger of the Community: Urban House Numbering, City Directories, and the Production of Spatial Legibility,” Journal of Historical Geography 34(2): 286-310. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2008), “Genealogies of the Grid: Revisiting Stanislawski’s Search for the Origin of the Grid-Pattern Town,” Geographical Review 98(1): 42-58. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2006), “Governmentality, Geography, and the Geo-coded World,” Progress in Human Geography 30(4): 469-486. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2004), “The Surveyor’s Model of the World: The Uses and Abuses of History in Introductory Surveying Textbooks,” Cartographica 39(4): 45-54. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2003), “Re-creating the Historical Topography of Manhattan Island,” Geographical Review 93(1): 124-132. [abstract]

 

Book Chapters

Rose-Redwood, R., Alderman, D., and Azaryahu, M. (2018), “The Urban Streetscape as Political Cosmos,” in R. Rose-Redwood, D. Alderman, and M. Azaryahu (eds.), The Political Life of Urban Streetscapes: Naming, Politics, and Place. New York: Routledge.

Rose-Redwood, R., Alderman, D., and Azaryahu, M. (2018), “Contemporary Issues and Future Horizons of Critical Urban Toponymy,” in R. Rose-Redwood, D. Alderman, and M. Azaryahu (eds.), The Political Life of Urban Streetscapes: Naming, Politics, and Place. New York: Routledge.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2018), “From Number to Name: Symbolic Capital, Places of Memory, and the Politics of Street Renaming in New York City,” in R. Rose-Redwood, D. Alderman, and M. Azaryahu (eds.), The Political Life of Urban Streetscapes: Naming, Politics, and Place. New York: Routledge.

Rose-Redwood, R. and Glass, M. (2014), “Geographies of Performativity,” in M. Glass and R. Rose-Redwood (eds.), Performativity, Politics, and the Production of Social Space, New York: Routledge, 1-34.

Glass, M. and Rose-Redwood, R. (2014), “Finding New Spaces for Performativity and Politics,” in M. Glass and R. Rose-Redwood (eds.), Performativity, Politics, and the Production of Social Space, New York: Routledge, 253-263.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2014), “‘Sixth Avenue is Now a Memory’: Regimes of Spatial Inscription and the Performative Limits of the Official City-Text,” in M. Glass and R. Rose-Redwood (eds.), Performativity, Politics, and the Production of Social Space, New York: Routledge, 176-201.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2009), “Indexing the Great Ledger of the Community: Urban House Numbering, City Directories, and the Production of Spatial Legibility,” in L. Berg and J. Vuolteenaho (Eds.), Critical Toponymies: The Contested Politics of Place Naming, UK: Ashgate Press, 199-225.

 

Book Reviews

Rose-Redwood, R. (2015), Review of The Folklore of the Freeway: Race and Revolt in the Modernist City (by Eric Avila), Urban Studies 52(14): 2741-2743.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2010), Review of The Once and Future New York: Historic Preservation and the Modern City (by Randall Mason), Journal of Historical Geography 36(3): 360- 362.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2009), Review of A Description of New Netherland (by Adriaen Van der Donck), Geographical Review, 99(3): 450-452.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2009), Review of Placing History: How Maps, Spatial Data, and GIS Are Changing Historical Scholarship (by Anne Knowles) and Historical GIS: Technologies, Methodologies and Scholarship (by Ian Gregory and Paul Ell), Journal of Historical Geography, 35(2): 394-297.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2008), Review of Improved Earth: Prairie Space as Modern Artifact, 1869-1944 (by Rod Bantjes), Historical Geography 36(1): 233-235.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2008), Review of The New Wealth of Cities: City Dynamics and the Fifth Wave (by John Montgomery), Growth and Change 39(3): 531-534.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2006), Review of Planning Theory (by Philip Allmendinger), Political Geography 25(7): 859-861.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2006), Review of To Love the Wind and the Rain: African Americans and Environmental History (by Dianne Glave and Mark Stoll, eds.), H-URBAN, May 26, 2006. 

Rose-Redwood, R. (2004), Review of Empire City: The Making and Meaning of the New York City Landscape (by David Scobey), Antipode 36(4): 781-3.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2004), Review of Spaces of Neoliberalism: Urban Restructuring in North America and Western Europe (edited by Neil Brenner and Nik Theodore), Regional Studies 38 (6): 729-730.

 

Encyclopedia Entries

Rose-Redwood, R. (2010), “New York City,” Encyclopedia of American Environmental History, New York: Facts on File, 982-985.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2007), “Grid Pattern,” Encyclopedia of American Urban History, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 317-319. [abstract]

Rampersad, C. and Rose-Redwood, R. (2007), “Statue of Liberty,” Encyclopedia of American Urban History, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 762-763. [abstract]

Rose-Redwood, R. and Gibson, K. (2005), “Manhattan (New York County),” Encyclopedia of New York State, Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 947-950.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2005), “Commissioners’ Plan of 1811,” Encyclopedia of New York State, Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 375.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2004), “Goats,” Encyclopedia of World Environmental History, New York: Routledge, 595-597.

 

Editorials

Rose-Redwood, R. and Alderman, D. (2017), "Confederate Memorials and the Unjust Geography of Memory," CityLab (August 28, 2017). [full text]

Rose-Redwood, C. and Rose-Redwood, R. (2017), “Rethinking the Politics of the International Student Experience in the Age of Trump,” Journal of International Students 7(3): I-IX. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2016), An Open Letter to the Municipality of North Cowichan: The Case Against the Selling of Naming Rights to Public Places. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R., Alderman, D., Cravey, A., Kirsch, S., Babatunde, O.R., and Inwood, J. (2015), “#KickOutTheKKK: Challenging White Supremacy at UNC,” Newsletter of the Association of American Geographers 50(7): n.p. [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2013), “‘Well-Established’ Names Should Take Precedence,” Letter to the Editor, Times Colonist (May 25, 2013). [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2012), “Against the Selling of Naming Rights to Public Places,” Newsletter of the Association of American Geographers 47(7): 13.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2012), “Taxpayer Savings Point Not Clearly Made,” Letter to the Editor, Victoria News (May 15, 2012).    [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2012), “Public Places Need Public Names,” Letter to the Editor, Times Colonist (April 1, 2012). [full text]

Rose-Redwood, R. (2012), “City Councillors and Mayor of Victoria, BC: Don’t Sell the Naming Rights to Public Facilities,” Change.org (April 2012). [full text]

 

Other Non-Refereed Publications

Rose-Redwood, R. (2016), “Foreword,” in L. Bigon (ed.), Place Names in Africa: Colonial Urban Legacies, Entangled Histories. New York: Springer.

Rose-Redwood, R. and Tucker, B. (2011), “Inventing the Salish Sea,” Newsletter of the Association of American Geographers 46(3): 13-14.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2011), “Randel Farm Map: Grid and Marsh,” in H. Ballon (ed.), The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan. New York: Columbia University Press, 70.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2011), “Randel Farm Map: Fort Washington,” in H. Ballon (ed.), The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan. New York: Columbia University Press, 70.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2011), “Leveling a Street,” in H. Ballon (ed.), The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan. New York: Columbia University Press, 77-78.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2011), “Profile of the Twelve Avenues,” in H. Ballon (ed.), The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan. New York: Columbia University Press, 79.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2011), “How Manhattan’s Topography Changed and Stayed the Same,” in H. Ballon (ed.), The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan. New York: Columbia University Press, 80.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2011), “Farm House at 84th Street,” in H. Ballon (ed.), The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan. New York: Columbia University Press, 84.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2011), “Numbering and Naming Manhattan's Streets,” in H. Ballon (ed.), The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan. New York: Columbia University Press, 95.

Alderman, D., Rose-Redwood, R., and Azaryahu, M. (2008), “Naming Places / Placing Names: An International Workshop,” American Name Society 53rd Annual Ehrensperger Report, 4-5.

Rose-Redwood, R. (2007),  “Critical Cartography and the Performativity of 3D Mapping,” GIS Development 11(4): 40-43.

 

Media Coverage of Research

Research cited in “Manhattan's Confusing Avenue Addresses,” New York Times (September 15, 2017). [full text]

Radio Participant on CFAX Radio, interview with host Adam Stirling on the US presidential election (January 20, 2017).

Radio Participant on CFAX Radio, interview with host Adam Stirling on the US presidential election (October 20, 2016).

Radio Participant on CFAX Radio, interview with host Adam Stirling on the US presidential election (October 10, 2016).

Research-related activism cited in “Expert Advises Muni Against Sponsorship for Buildings,” Cowichan Valley Citizen (August 26, 2016) [full text]

Research-related activism cited in “Naming Rights Come Down to Dollars and Sense,” Times Colonist (July 31, 2016) [full text]

Research cited in “Racist Names to be Scrubbed from Washington Maps,” Crosscut.com (March 30, 2016) [full text]

Research cited in “Where the Streets Have No Names (Only Numbers),” CityLab.com, The Atlantic (March 9, 2016) [full text]

Research cited in “Unearthing the City Grid That Would Have Been in Central Park,” The New Yorker (January 8, 2016) [full text]

Research cited in “Did You Just Say ‘The’ Puget Sound?” Crosscut.com (December 6, 2015) [full text]

Research cited in “Save-On-Foods Signs on for 10 More Years of Arena Sponsorship,” Times Colonist (September 26, 2014) [full text]

Research cited in “The Measure of Manhattan” (2013), C-SPAN2, BookTV, 4 March 2013. [video]

Research cited in “19th Century Genius Plotted Manhattan’s City Grid” (2013), USA Today, 24 February 2013. [full text]

Research cited in “How Manhattan Got Its Street Grid” (2013), Scientific American, 15 February 2013. [full text]

Research cited in Holloway, M. (2013), The Measure of Manhattan, New York: W.W. Norton & Co. [preview]

Research cited in “Where the Streets Have No Name” (2013), The Atlantic, 2 January 2013. [full text]

Research and activism cited in “Municipal Naming Rights—The Contrarian Position” (2012), The Sponsorship Report 27(6): 3-4.

Research and activism cited in “Cities Look to Naming Rights to Fill Their Coffers but Success is Uncertain,” National Post (May 11, 2012). [full text]

Research and activism cited in “Welcome to the [Insert Corporate Name Here] Victoria Conference Centre,” Victoria News (May 6, 2012).

TV Participant, “The Opinion Panel,” Shaw TV, interviewed as an expert and activist on municipal naming rights policies (May 4, 2012).

Research and activism cited in “Council Edges Closer to Policy on Naming Rights,” Times Colonist (May 4, 2012). [full text]

Research and activism cited in “Sponsorships Draw Little Interest,” Winnipeg Free Press (May 2, 2012). [full text]

Radio Participant on “Straight Talk with Murray Langdon,” CFAX Radio, interviewed as an expert on municipal naming rights policies (May 1, 2012).

Research and activism cited in “Victoria Naming Rights ... Dignity But Not Much Cash,” Times Colonist (May 1, 2012).

Research cited in “Salish Sea Change,” Canadian Geographic Magazine (June 2011). [full text]

Radio Participant on the BBC World Service Newshour, interviewed as an expert on New Yorks 1811 grid plan on the occasion of its 200-year anniversary (March 22, 2011).

Research Consultant for “Along 5th Ave. in Manhattan, A Dispute Over Where East and West Begin,” New York Times (March 22, 2011). [full text]

Research cited in “200th Birthday for the Map that Made New York,” New York Times (March 21, 2011). [full text]

Research cited in “Unturned Cobblestones on the City’s Grid,” New York Times (March 21, 2011). [full text]

Research Consultant for “No Hero in 1811, Street Grid’s Father was Showered with Produce, Not Praise,” New York Times (March 20, 2011). [full text]

Research cited in “Streetscapes: 1 Park Avenue—History Lessons by the Numbers,” New York Times  (November 7, 2008). [full text]

Film Participant in Super-City: New York, History Channel documentary, interviewed as an expert on New York’s 1811 grid plan (2008).

Research cited in “Urban Tactics: City of Angles,” New York Times (July 2, 2006). [full text]

Research cited in “Are Manhattan’s Right Angles Wrong?” New York Times (October 23, 2005). [full text]

Film Participant in We Built This City--New York, Discovery Channel documentary, interviewed as an expert on New York's 1811 grid plan (2003).

Research cited in “Places: City-Building on Discovery,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (October 9, 2003).

 

Supervision of Graduate Students and Undergraduate Honours Students

 

Graduate Supervision

Julian Bakker (PhD, in progress): place-making, community, geographical imaginaries, and suburbia

Spencer Bradbury (MA, in progress): performativity, technologies of the self, and medical tourism in Latin America.

Christopher Fortney (PhD, in progress): governmentality, graffiti, and the politics of public space.

Maral Sotoudehnia (PhD, in progress): cyber-currencies, Bitcoin, and fictitious capital.

Lindsay Chase (PhD, in progress): geographies of suburbanization and place-making.

Lisa Domae (PhD, 2017): "Planning the Campus with Place in Mind: A Phenomenological Exploration of the Lifeworlds of Community College Campuses in British Columbia" [full text]

Jolene Jackson (MA, 2014): “Embodying Landscape: Spatial Narratives of Becoming-Artist on the Islands of the Salish Sea” [full text]

Maral Sotoudehnia (MA, 2013): “‘Turn Your Brand into a Destination’: City Branding, Naming Rights, and the Neoliberalization of Dubai, UAE” [full text]

Julian Bakker (MA, 2013): “Aesthetics, New Urbanism, and the Diana Krall Plaza: A Case Study in Nanaimo, BC” [full text]

Brian Tucker (MA, 2013): “Inventing the Salish Sea: Exploring the Performative Act of Place Naming off the Pacific Coast of North America” [full text]

 

Undergraduate Honours Supervision

Dimitri Giannoulis (Honours, in progress): “Performing in the Streets: Urban Soundscapes and the Politics of Place in Victoria, BC”

Morgan Henderson (Honours, 2016): “The St. Andrew’s Development: A Crucible for Urban Land-Use Conflict in Victoria, BC”

Colin Crawford (Honours, 2015): “Performing Urban Futures: Screening Los Angeles”

Sean Grisdale (Honours, 2014): “Cultivating Exclusion: Homelessness and the Neoliberalization of Public Space in the 'City of Gardens’”

Caleb Horn (Honours, 2014): “Consolidation and Fragmentation: Regional Governance in Greater Victoria”

Jennifer Giesbrecht (Honours, 2013): “Uptown as a Transit-Oriented Development? A Mixed-Methods Approach to Evaluating Transportation Planning Practices and their Geographical Effects”

Sarah Brown (Honours, 2012): “Settlement Patterns of Chinese Residents in Victoria, British Columbia, 1961-2001”

Nick Collins (Honours, 2011): “Paved With Good Intentions: A Study of the Relationships Between Affluence Levels of Communities Near Major High-Speed Roadways and Externality Abatement Measures in Seattle and Vancouver”

 

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