Is Bogotá a Better Model for Transportation Reform than the Green Capitals of Europe?
U.S. sustainable transportation advocates take a lot of inspiration from the Amsterdams and Parises of the world. Should they be looking closer to the equator instead?
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We talk a lot about how parking minimums drive up housing costs, but so do overly wide roads. Why not take away a lane or two and let people build on the land?
Study: Remote Work Isn’t Always A Cure for America’s Addiction to Driving
A lot of Americans traded long commutes for short errands during the pandemic — but whether that swap resulted in more or less driving is a consequence of policy choices.
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Does a world of autonomous cars really have to make our streets less human?