Recent Streetsblog USA posts about Pedestrian Infrastructure

Low-speed zones are a key solution for effective speed management, and for creating more accessible, livable urban spaces. Photo: WRI México/Flickr

How To Design Life-Saving, Low-Speed Zones

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This piece originally appeared on City Fix and is reprinted here with permission. As the COVID-19 pandemic has altered urban landscapes and pushed many people toward active mobility, there’s increased urgency to make roads safer for walking and cycling. Many cities are now tasked with protecting more vulnerable users in addition to creating safe public […]
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Drivers Stole 20% of Bike/Walk Dollars Last Year

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An entire fifth of the largest pot of federal money that’s explicitly promised to active transportation users was actually given to drivers last year — and advocates say it’s critical that we support a package of legislation that makes it harder for states to rob people who walk and roll to pay people who pilot automobiles, while also expanding the pie.