The Fordham Urban Law Journal addresses policy issues affecting urban areas. The Journal is Fordham Law School's second oldest publication. The Fordham Urban Law Journal is the fourth most cited student-edited specialty journal of the more than 400 specialty journals in the country.
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Current Issue: Volume 44, Number 4 (2017) Colloquium - Getting There From Here: An Exploration of Regionalism and Transportation in the United States
New Strategies for Reducing Transportation Emissions and Preparing for Climate Impacts
Vicki Arroyo, Kathryn Zyla, and Gabe Pacyniak
Transportation Planning in an Era of Inequality and Climate Change
Confronting Inequality in Metropolitan Regions: Realizing the Promise of Civil Rights and Environmental Justice in Metropolitan Transportation Planning
Richard A. Marcantonio, Aaron Golub, Alex Karner, and Louise Nelson
Transit-Oriented Developments Make a Difference in Job Location
Arthur C. Nelson