Why does the National Renewable Energy Lab give its employees free parking?
The city has started work on its first BRT route, which could be the beginning of an 80-mile network.
55 Percent of Americans Back Raising Gas Tax, Including Majority of Democrats and Republicans (Bloomberg) Federal Appeals Court Stays Lower Court Ruling That Halted Maryland Purple Line Construction (WaPo, WAMU) Bipartisan Rush to Pass Industry-Backed Federal Self-Driving Car Legislation Is Leaving Safety Behind (Verge) American Prospect Looks at the MBTA’s Troubles Through the Lens of […]
The largest city in North America has done away with one of the biggest hidden subsidies for driving: minimum parking requirements. The new regulations will make housing more affordable, transit more convenient, and streets less congested.
After a city installs a bike lane, there's typically some pushback for a while from people who object to the change. What's unusual is when a city loses its nerve and decides to remove the bike lane. But that's what Atlanta has done on a 1,000-foot stretch of Westview Drive.
Schumer Feared Infrastructure Would Split Dems, But Trump Led With Healthcare Instead (Axios, Vanity Fair) In Wake of Obamacare Repeal Collapse, CityLab Urges GOP to Turn to Infrastructure Seattle Has Made Little Progress Reducing Greenhouse Gases Because People Are Driving Too Much (KUOW) Autonomous Vehicles Could Entrench Car Ownership Even Further (Guardian) Car-Free Renters Typically […]