Vision Zero Cities 2023
Living Without Refuge: How the Housing Crisis Fuels Traffic Violence
By design, the Vision Zero movement is data-driven, but traffic crash reports often do not report the housing status of victims.
Mobility Safety from a Feminist Perspective
Gendered mobility patterns, as well as stereotyped road behaviors that reproduce hegemonic male roles associated with exposure to risk, speed, and a sense of immunity and immortality, are killing people.
White Roads Through Black Bedrooms: How Urban Freeways Cemented Spatial Inequalities
Urban freeways are having a moment of serious reconsideration.
Who Gets Peace and Quiet?: Urban Noise in the COVID-19 Pandemic
During the COVID-19 stay-at-home advisories of 2020, the world quieted. As a community noise researcher, I felt the changes acutely.
The Rise of Bike Lanes in Lima
New quick-build bicycle lanes allowed many people to stay active and get around Lima, Peru during the pandemic.
Reimagining Streets for Safe, Active, and Joyful Trips to School
Ask any parent or caregiver about the school drop-off and pick-up routine, and chances are most would describe it as a stressful experience.
How to Reconnect Neighborhoods (and How Not to)
In order to achieve the goal of reconnecting communities, it is important to scrutinize previous attempts at these solutions to learn from past errors.
Highways to Hell: How One Country is Rethinking Road Investment
The Wales Roads Review – an unprecedented examination of whether investment in over fifty local road schemes should continue – signals high-profile change by the Welsh Government, prompted by the climate emergency.