Agencies Need to Use Federal Funding to Buy Land for Transit Oriented Development
On Eve of Congestion Pricing, Plate Scams at NYC Bridge Tolls are Way Up
To Recruit Transit Workers, More Than Just Higher Pay Is Needed
Labor shortages continue threatening public transit systems, and a new report adds another layer to the conversation.
Talking Headways Podcast: Streets for Skateboards
Aaron Breetwor on skateboards for transportation and designing streets for safer skateboarding.
NYC Debuts Public E-Bike Charging for Delivery Workers
Finally, they’re taking charge! The city’s first public e-bike charging station opened in Cooper Square on Thursday — the start of an overdue six-month pilot that is part of a “Charge Safe Ride Safe Action Plan” for delivery workers that Mayor Adams announced last year.
Pedestrian Deaths Are Down — But They’re Still Higher Than Pre-Pandemic
Don't pop the champagne just yet.
Monday’s Headlines Like Stadiums Without Parking
The lack of parking at Kansas City's new soccer stadium is a feature, not a bug. Plus other news.
Should Communities That Suppress Housing Lose Their Road Funding?
A Colorado bill would require sprawling cities to take action to increase their affordable housing supply before they collect money to build more roads — and some want to take it national.
Why ‘Safe Systems’ Are Not Enough to End Road Violence
Two years into the National Roadway Safety Strategy, why hasn't America made more progress towards Vision Zero?
Friday’s Headlines Are So Fresh and So Clean
The only thing Americans love more than a car is a clean car.
CalBike: Tell the Legislature Hands Off Active Transportation Funding
Calbike has an action alert that allows its members to write directly to legislators with their feelings on whether or not the ATP funding should be restored before the legislature votes on the budget in June.
Oakland Rips Out Protected Bike Lane on Embarcadero
The city and the councilmember who represents District 2 complain about lack of resources for safety projects, but somehow they have the resources to rip out protected bike lanes.
Talking Headways Podcast: The Annual Yonah Freemark Show, Part II
This week, let's talk about transit funding in general and the Roosevelt Boulevard subway in Philadelphia, specifically.