Caltrans Releases Long-Awaited Complete Streets Guidelines
So is Senator Scott Wiener's Complete Streets bill necessary? Yes, it is.
Die-In Rally Calls on LA Mayor to End Record Traffic Deaths
336 people were killed in L.A. City traffic crashes in 2023 — the highest total in over 20 years. Safe streets advocates are urging the city to take Vision Zero seriously.
OPINION: Could Pedestrian Reflectors Reduce Fatal Crashes in the United States?
Over a dozen European countries require pedestrians wear reflectors at night. Should American municipalities follow suit?
Eyes on the Street: ‘Daylighting’ NYC Intersections Needs More Than Paint and Signs
“Watch Out, Amsterdam”: Santa Monica Cuts Ribbon Opening Ambitious Curb-Protected 17th Street Bikeway
Santa Monica's recently completed 17th Street bikeway improvements have a "region leading design" featuring Southern California's first protected "Dutch-style" intersections, plus concrete curb protection, and makes great connections to the city's growing bikeway network.
How To Build a Car That Kills People: Cybertruck Edition
The Cybertruck represents a lot of what's wrong with the U.S. transportation system — even as it purports to address those problems.
MEGA-CAR CRISIS: SUVs Kill Pedestrians, But So Do Blunt-Fronted Sedans, Study Says
Even shorter cars are 26 percent more likely to kill a pedestrian in a crash if they have the SUV-style blunt-faced design, a new study finds.
What One Florida Woman’s Act of Street ‘Vandalism’ Says About the Sad State of Pedestrian Access in America
An Orlando woman is standing up to her neighbors who worry that opening their street to foot traffic will set off a crime wave — and sparking a conversation about who has the power to say who walks where.
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.