Don't waste time trying to convince people to feel warmly about bicycling.
A recent study funded by the Florida Department of Transportation takes an in-depth look at why the state's streets are so deadly -- and what can be done to change that.
This week's guest is Lee Einsweiler of Code Studio in Austin, Texas. We talk about all things land use and zoning -- what goes into a land use code, the approaches to zoning in different countries, and of course the dreaded topic of parking.
Tunneling under major cities, as Musk proposes for his Hyperloop, requires a lot more than "verbal govt approval."
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Why does the National Renewable Energy Lab give its employees free parking?