Alleged Decline In Transportation Trips Is The Result Of Bad Data Analysis
USDOT counted fewer trips in 2022, because it used a different, and less reliable survey method.
Report: Americans Are Walking Less As Pedestrian Deaths Rise
America's walking rates took a nosedive during the pandemic — and they still haven't recovered.
Can Automated Enforcement and GPS Tracking Curb Distracted Driving?
Two new studies show that GPS-tracking and roadside cameras can pinpoint when and how often drivers use smartphones while on the road.
Report: America’s Historic Bike Boom is Flatlining
"This growth won't continue forever without being facilitated by more infrastructure investment, [and particularly] safety infrastructure."
Report: Cars Are Undermining Our Privacy, Even If We Don’t Drive
Vehicle technology spying on our most intimate details — and there's pretty much no escaping it.
Beyond ‘KSI’: How DOT Can Identify Unsafe Streets Before Tragedy Strikes
DOT guides its work using a stat based on the total number of people killed or severely injured at any given location — “KSI.” Is there a better way to gauge the safety needs of a particular street?
Talking Headways Podcast: All Possible Commutes
Today, let's learn about measuring car travel more accurately, how micromobility can improve accessibility, and a bit about transportation in Cairo.