Eric Goldwyn

Assistant Professor, Transportation and Land Use, NYU Marron Institute

Eric Goldywn is a program director at the Marron Institute of Urban Management and an Assistant Professor in the Transportation and Land-Use program at the NYU Marron Institute. He received his Ph.D. in Urban Planning from Columbia University. He teaches courses on urban planning and urban studies and his writing on cities and transportation technology has been published in academic journals and popular press outlets.

Podcast Guest Appearances

How a Manufactured Car Culture Blocks Transit

Unless you live in one of the few dense, urban parts of the country, you probably rely on a car to get around. That culture of car dependency feels natural, because most of our cities have been built for cars, rather than pedestrians, bikes or dedicated mass transit.