Angie is a Cleveland-based writer with a background in planning and newspaper reporting. She has been writing about cities for Streetsblog for six years.
These Communities Are Making Progress After ‘Jaywalking’ ReformBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
The Black Lives Matter protests and the pandemic have dramatically shifted the terrain around policing. Here's what happened next.
The Moment the U.S. DOT Abandoned U.S. WalkersBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
Federal transportation officials have never done much to center the needs of pedestrians in their policies or funding decisions. But in 2012, things took a turn for the even worse.
ANGIE SCHMITT: Goodbye, Streetsblog, I Love YouBy Angie Schmitt | | 27 Comments
After nine years at Streetsblog, writer Angie Schmitt is moving on.
New Labor Rules for Uber and Lyft Should Help CitiesBy Angie Schmitt | | 10 Comments
A new California law making Uber and Lyft treat drivers as employees would have transportation benefits, too.
Indy Transit Leaping Ahead With New Bus LineBy Angie Schmitt | | 3 Comments
A major leap forward for transit in Indianapolis and the city is celebrating.
The Spectacular Benefits of Tactical UrbanismBy Angie Schmitt | | 1 Comment
Better safety. Faster journeys. Higher ridership. A review of 20 temporary, low-cost demonstrations finds huge benefits.
Seattle May Try to Replicate Barcelona’s ‘Superblocks’By Angie Schmitt | | 8 Comments
A City Councilwoman wants to turn a six-block area of Capitol Hill into a low-traffic biking and pedestrian zone.
Florida GOP Trying to Kill Transportation MeasureBy Angie Schmitt | | 3 Comments
A wide majority of Hillsborough County voted to tax themselves for transit and safer streets. The Florida GOP is trying to block it anyway.
Democrats’ Climate Plans Lack Vision for City TransitBy Angie Schmitt | | 12 Comments
So far, no one has seriously grappled with how to help free Americans from over-dependence on driving.
Can Columbus Grow Itself Toward Walkability?By Angie Schmitt | | 7 Comments
The city's new plan would concentrate growth around a few corridors with beefed up transit.
How Our Transport System is Biased Against WomenBy Angie Schmitt | | 37 Comments
The world we live in is designed by men — for men. And it continues to endanger women.
Bernie’s ‘Green New Deal’: What’s In It For Transit?By Angie Schmitt | | 7 Comments
The Democratic contender's climate plan calls for $300 billion in new transit funding and $600 billion for high-speed rail. But it's not great on highways.