A staggering 88 percent of U.S. transit agencies expect that historically disenfranchised riders will be their primary customers as they recover from the pandemic, a new study finds.
Gas prices are emerging as a political issue, but drivers need to get over it. Centrist Democrats in Congress are proposing suspending the gas tax. That’s a bad idea because there’s no proven link between rising gas prices and President Biden’s approval rating, and it will just require spending other revenue on transportation instead. (Bloomberg) […]
At this stage in the pandemic, people are choosing driving. Transit agencies need to reconsider how they treat their employees and their customers.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors resolved unanimously this week to stop allowing motorists to park in bus stops
This week we’re joined by Linda Samuels, associate professor of urban design at Washington University in St. Louis, to talk about her book "Infrastructural Optimism." We chat about how growth for growth’s sake is not the answer, learn from postmodernist urbanism, and why systems should be more connected.
If U.S. cities take aggressive but realistic action to replace car trips with bike trips by 2050, they could prevent more than 15,000 premature deaths every year, a new study finds — and not just in traffic crashes.