Voters in Austin might soon approve a historic ballot measure that would radically increase transit access — and fund an anti-displacement program that could become a model for communities across the U.S.
A new study shows that many "Slow Streets" and "Open Streets" programs launched in response to COVID-19 lockdowns were bigger successes than anyone realized.
Auto insurers charge Black drivers with good records more than white drivers with bad records — among other racist practices.
As traffic volumes increase in our city centers, partly fueled by deliveries from a COVID boosted e-commerce sector, organizations are looking for a silver bullet for urban logistics. But has it been sitting right here under our noses all this time?
There was plenty of news yesterday and it had nothing to do with the national election just 11 days away. Click to check it out.
It costs less to insure an SUV, despite its role in the pedestrian death crisis. And drunk drivers barely pay more for insurance (why can they even get insurance again?).