Opinion: Transport Officials Should Embrace Greenhouse Gas Emission Measurements, Not Fight Them
Reducing emissions over time is perfectly compatible with building and maintaining a world-class transportation system — but only if you aren’t afraid of a little data transparency and accountability.
Micromobility Is Having a Weird Year
By all accounts, micromobility is taking off. So why are so many systems shutting down?
List: The States With the Best – And Worst — Transportation Policies
Which states have adopted policies that require their transportation officials to make choices that reduce emissions and make roads more equitable – and which are doing the exact opposite?
Find Out Exactly How Much Your City Could Benefit By Investing In E-Bikes
Curious how much carbon — and cash — you and your neighbors could save if your government went big on electric bikes? Now you can find out.
Talking Headways Podcast: Better Land Use Reduces Transportation Emissions!
Sure, you know the importance of land use in reducing travel and emissions — but how do you do it? That's the question we'll address today.
Advocates Call On Congress to Put the Brakes On Reckless Autonomous Vehicle Rollouts
Advocates are calling on Congress to be cautious of the promises of the AV revolution — and stop getting distracted from proven solutions like safe road design.
Did Minnesota Just Release the Best Statewide Transportation Bill Yet?
Minnesota's new state transportation financing and policy bill reads like a sustainable transportation advocates' holiday wishlist. How did they get there— and could it be a model for other communities, too?
How Copenhagen Measures the Costs of Driving — And Crafts Policy to Reduce Them
The capital of Denmark is constantly doing the math on the true price of car culture. Could America follow their lead?
Why US Cities Are Rolling Back Shared Mobility Bans
An increasing number of U.S. cities that once banned shared bikes and scooters are welcoming the modes back to their streets — and prompting a conversation about why they were ever restricted in the first place.