Building 15-minute cities won't be easy, but some inspiration might come from a Caracas-based architect.
Climate change is urgent. Republicans are hot-blooded. Democrats are cold as ice. Get rid of cars, and it'd feel like the first time.
Can the center hold (literally) on a bipartisan infrastructure deal? Plus, the deadliest roads in the U.S. and more headlines.
The lack of attention to our shameful national record of traffic deaths in the latest infrastructure debate is a political, professional, and moral failing. Fortunately, we have a solution: demand that the Biden Administration and Congress prioritize traffic safety, rather than driver speed, for future roadway projects.
A major paper calls for traffic enforcement reform, and an environmental group lays out priorities for the federal highway bill.