NYers Share Their ‘End of Days’ Flooding Pics
It's bad out there. How bad? Here is a citywide roundup from our staff ... and our friends on social media.
Why Sustainable Transportation Advocates Need to Talk About Long COVID
Covid-19 transformed many U.S. cities' approach to sustainable transportation forever. But how did it transform the lives of sustainable transportation advocates who developed lasting symptoms from the disease?
Which Car-Cutting Strategies Really Work — And Which Ones Will We Accept?
A new study explores what it really takes to cut VMT, and how communities can craft effective plans to transition out of car dependency.
Why Young People of Color Must Be At the Forefront of the Mobility Justice Movement
"We don't just want our young people to be the peer-to-peer educators; we want them to be key stakeholders in building safe and sustainable and equitable transportation systems throughout our all of our cities," said Jacob Smith, executive director of the National Organizations For Youth Safety.
Streetsblog to New York City: We’ll See You in Court!
There is no way to assess the success of the Dangerous Vehicle Abatement Program if the DOT won't provide basic information.
How To Take a Freeway Fight to the Next Level
Is giving up on a full-scale highway teardown a prudent compromise or a policy failure? We sat down with two Twin Cities advocates to get their take.
What Does ‘Inclusive Transportation’ Really Mean?
Transportation 'equity' doesn't mean the same thing to everyone — and a new book argues that understanding why is key to actually achieving it.
Did Minnesota Just Release the Best Statewide Transportation Bill Yet?
Minnesota's new state transportation financing and policy bill reads like a sustainable transportation advocates' holiday wishlist. How did they get there— and could it be a model for other communities, too?