There are only four types of drivers in U.S. communities — and transportation leaders need to adopt distinct strategies to influence their behavior on the road — and to get them out from behind the wheel altogether.
As gas prices soar, we're offering full team coverage. First, Kea Wilson looks at how American motorists say they'll drive less while transportation expert Charles Komanoff disagrees (see his article below).
The U.S. ban on Russian oil has sustainable transportation advocates urging leaders to take action before surging gas prices overwhelm American families — by giving them access to the active and shared transportation they have long needed.
Metropolitan areas around the world struggle with the same problem: More people means more traffic. But what if a significant portion of people living in cities relied on cycling or other modes of active transport?
If U.S. cities take aggressive but realistic action to replace car trips with bike trips by 2050, they could prevent more than 15,000 premature deaths every year, a new study finds — and not just in traffic crashes.