Talking Headways Podcast: Back in Time!

We’re at 400 episodes, and we thank the listeners for letting us come into their podcatchers each week, as well as Streetsblog for publishing us. Here are 13 clips from shows in the first 399 episodes — on microtransit, urban delivery systems, city fiber networks, 3D urban design, transit value capture, zoning reform, walking, and community togetherness.

Join us for a fun trip down memory lane!

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Talking Headways Podcast: Escobar’s Escalator

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Did you go to the World Urban Forum in Medellín, Colombia, last week? Neither did your hosts Jeff Wood and I, but we sure found a lot to say about it anyway on this week’s Talking Headways podcast. Medellín’s remarkable urban transformation — undertaken in the midst of war — has gotten a lot of […]

Talking Headways Podcast: Let Them Drive Cars

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Quick quiz: What city is the world leader in highway teardowns? San Francisco? Portland? Madrid? Wrong, wrong, wrong. It’s Seoul, South Korea, which has removed 15 urban highways — and is about to remove another. In this week’s Talking Headways episode, Jeff and I talk about what can take the place of a freeway in […]

Transit-Oriented Development: Beyond the Big City

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We’re taking it out of the city and into the suburbs and small towns today on the Streetsblog Network. Member blog Urban City Architecture takes a look at Moving Communities Forward, a recently released report on transit-oriented development (TOD) from the American Institute of Architects and the Center for Transportation Studies at the University of […]