Talking Headways Podcast: Underinfrastructurized Live from Miami!

This week, we are sharing an episode we recorded live for attendees at the Safe Streets Summit in Miami where we talked with Alice Bravo, director of the Department of Transportation and Public Works for the City of Miami, and Chris Sinclair, founding principal at Renaissance Planning. This broadcast covers a lot of topics, including transit oriented development, multi-modal system productivity, new fare payment systems, using data in planning, frequent bus networks and much much more!

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This week, Jeff Wood and I get indignant about Miami-Dade County’s misuse of transit funds for roads, and we speculate about why — with the current success of pedestrian projects like Times Square — old-style pedestrian malls are still going belly-up. And then we peek behind the curtain at an exciting new frontier for urban […]

Streetsblog’s Brand-New Podcast: Episode 1

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Behold, Streetsblog’s brand-new podcast! In what we aim to turn into a recurring feature, Reconnecting America’s Jeff Wood and I recently chatted about the week’s news in livable streets, urbanism, and sustainable transportation. The topics are drawn from Jeff’s excellent daily compendium of transportation and planning links, The Direct Transfer, and from stories we’re tracking […]

Talking Headways Podcast: A Grassroots Bus-Network Redesign

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This week we feature a chat between Carlos Cruz-Casas, assistant director of Miami Dade County's Department of Transportation and Public Works, and Grace Perdomo, executive director of Miami's Transit Alliance, about the Better Bus Project, an advocacy-led, community-driven redesign of the Miami-Dade bus network.

Talking Headways Podcast: Remixing the Future of Transit Planning

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This week Iā€™m joined by Tiffany Chu, co-founder of the transit planning software firm Remix, which helps agencies quickly assess the impact of potential changes in service. Tiffany discusses the response the company has received from the transit industry and what got it started. We also talk about the possible policy implications of Remix, as […]