The 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy brought a renewed focus on New York’s resiliency measures — but as Dave Colon recently pointed out in Streetsblog, we’re not ready for a Sandy sequel.
On today's special edition of The Brake, we're re-broadcasting an episode of Charles T. Brown's "Arrested Mobility" podcast that centered around what happened when St. Louis forced e-scooters out of its downtown — featuring our own Kea Wilson!
As in, all the traffic deaths seem to happen in America. But there is hope.
Parking mandates are an obstacle to sustainable communities: remove them and more apartments will be built at the expense of space for cars. But we need to do more.
Anchorage is the latest city to consider abolishing minimum parking requirements, but that's only the first step.
As the effects of climate change begin to worsen, replacing heat-absorbing pavement with new trees can help make a difference toward expanding our urban canopy when space is limited.