What Do ‘Livable’ Streets Look Like in an Era of Driverless Cars?
Does a world of autonomous cars really have to make our streets less human?
Talking Headways Podcast: Beyond Greenways
This week we’re joined by Bob Searns to talk about his new book and grand ideas for walking trails that circle whole regions and more local routes that make up a new mode of green infrastructure in cities.
Talking Headways Podcast: Local Culture and Development
We chat with Tim Sprague from Phoenix about supporting local culture through development projects and the importance of sustainable development and transportation.
Why Sustainable Transportation Advocates Need to Talk About Long COVID
Covid-19 transformed many U.S. cities' approach to sustainable transportation forever. But how did it transform the lives of sustainable transportation advocates who developed lasting symptoms from the disease?
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.
Talking Headway Podcast: Getting High Speed Rail Sooner
A panel discussion on how California High Speed Rail could be sped up, hosted by Rodger Rudick of Streetsblog SF.
Which Car-Cutting Strategies Really Work — And Which Ones Will We Accept?
A new study explores what it really takes to cut VMT, and how communities can craft effective plans to transition out of car dependency.
Talking Headways Podcast: A Bootcamp for Infrastructure
This week we're joined by Dr. Robert Blaine of the National League of Cities to chat about local grant writing capacity.
Talking Headways Podcast: Leadership for the 15-Minute City
We chat about with Yvonne Yeung about how to create good development that reduces the need to drive and supports our climate emissions reduction goals.
Talking Headways Podcast: Do It for the Neighborhood Part II
It's the second part of our conversation about community input and how officials respond to unforeseen outcomes.