On April 26, I’ll be doing a webinar on my recent Journal of Public Transportation paper, “To Predict with Confidence, Plan for Freedom.” There’s some pretty transgressive stuff in this paper. I hope you’ll join us; details on the webinar are here.
However, attending the webinar is not a substitute for reading the article. It’s nine pages of friendly, non-technical prose. If you read it, you’ll ask better questions in the webinar, which will help other people be smarter, including me.
In fact, I resisted doing the webinar a little bit, because like most philosophical arguments, mine isn’t improved by translation into PowerPoint, or by presentation as any kind of show. On the contrary, you need to be able to sit with it, go back and forth, take it at your own speed, form your own thoughts. This is what reading is for.
Hope to see you, armed with your knowledge of the paper and your questions about it, at the webinar!
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Prediction may not be what matters anyway. If we abandoned hope of predicting the future, we could still describe a compelling outcome of transportation investment, one that motivates many people who will never care about a ridership prediction or economic impact analysis. We could also predict it in the sense that we can predict the continued value of pi. That idea is freedom, as transportation expands or reduces it.