Research in the News
Research Scholar Shlomo Angel's research on urban expansion in African and Chinese cities
— June 29, 2016
Excerpt from The Economist -- "Shlomo Angel of New York University has studied seven African cities in detail: Accra, Addis Ababa, Arusha, Ibadan, Johannesburg, Lagos and Luanda. He calculates that only 16% of the land in new residential areas developed since 1990 has been set aside for roads—about half as much as planners think necessary. And 44% of those roads are less than four metres wide."