How Air Pollution Intersects with Unsafe Streets
Long-term exposure to toxic pollutants produced by cars and trucks causes heart disease, respiratory and lung issues in adults and children, dementia, miscarriage, psychotic episodes in teens, and reduced cognitive ability.
Anti-Fat Bias Harms the Movement for Safe Streets — Particularly for Kids
Why are we only focusing on calorie-burning when advocating for active transport to school? Because of bad research.
Talking Headways Podcast: Bringing Public Health to Traffic Safety
For too long, public health officials have been absent from discussion of the very public health crisis of road violence. That ends today in a very special episode.
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.
How Auto-Centric Infrastructure Is Making Us Sick
Instead of endless promises to fix America's "crumbling roads and bridges," filmmaker Andy Boenau argues we need to talk about our crumbling minds and bodies — and how our autocentric infrastructure approach contributes to them.