Why Your City Needs a Walkability Study
Two urbanism rockstars are joining forces to bring a game-changing analysis to more cities — and spilling some trade secrets about low-cost design strategies that get people moving.
L.A. Transit, Walk, and Bike Advocates Still Have Unfinished Business From 2023
Stuff that didn't happen yet: Metro was going to install safe connections to stations and build BRT and bikeways, L.A. was going to end road widening and improve street safety.
In 2023, NYC’s Ambitious ‘Streets Master Plan’ Was Just Pretty Paper And Maps
Mayor Adams again failed spectacularly to meet a legal mandate to construct 50 miles of protected bike lanes and 30 miles of protected bus lanes. What happens now? Nothing. And therein lies the problem.
Talking Headways Podcast: Finding Resources to Do Big Things
We discuss how cities create budgets that reflect their policy goals and what it takes to find resources for big ideas with Chris Fabian of Resource X.
Analysis: Everyone Agrees — Less Parking Means More Housing
Let's take a second-day look at Mayor Adams's "City of Yes" zoning proposal to do away with mandatory parking in new developments.
Why Public Health Officials Must Play a Central Role in Traffic Safety
A new study proposes public health officials and planners treat traffic violence as an epidemiological problem.