Skip to Content
Streetsblog USA home
Streetsblog USA home
Log In
    • Why Black Lives Matter Highway Protests Make a Dramatic Statement About Institutional Racism (WaPo)
    • Colorado Independent Explains the Terrible Plan to Widen I-70 in North Denver
    • Nearly 8 in 10 Drivers Expressed Anger or "Road Rage" in the Past Year (AP)
    • Bike Share Programs Increasingly Stocked with Detroit-Made Bikes (Bloomberg)
    • Consumer Groups Want to Keep Autonomous Cars Off Streets Pending Safety Rules (Morning Consult)
    • Teenagers Caught Driving and Playing Pokémon Go Near Busy Pedestrian Intersection (Guardian)
    • Portland's Transportation Director on Why Women Love Bike-Share (Willamette Week)
    • Columbus's Smart City Application Says the Proposal Will Help City Sidestep Light Rail (Business First)
    • Salt Lake City Has More Than Enough Parking (Building Salt Lake)
    • Bicyclists Are Excited About Minneapolis' Incoming Public Works Director (Star Tribune)

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog USA

Friday’s Headlines Take Me to the River

Politico reports that the Biden administration is investing $2.5 billion in updating aging Mississippi River locks and dams like this one in Iowa. Transporting freight by barge produces less emissions than trucks or even rail.

July 12, 2024

Friday Video: Take a Spin on Boston’s Electric Cargo Bike Share

Can't afford a $7,000 Urban Arrow cargo e-bike ? In Boston, you can now rent one for just a few bucks.

July 12, 2024

Talking Headways Podcast: Electrify the Rails

Adrianna Rizzo of Californians for Electric Rail on California's looming lobbyist-fueled hydrogen train mistake: "We’re locking in low service for potentially decades."

July 11, 2024

Thursday’s Headlines Drive Less

Seems obvious that the more people drive, the more likely they are to die in a crash or kill someone else, but traditional thinking on traffic safety doesn't always follow that logic, according to Planetizen.

July 11, 2024
See all posts