On today's episode of The Brake, though, we spoke with Mayor John Bauters of Emeryville, Calif., who's making massive progress to make streets safer, greener and more equitable in his small town — and sharing lessons in leadership that can scale to even the biggest cities.
A recent conference showed that the mainstream transportation community is still unwilling to reckon with the need to get people out of their cars.
Let's make more neighborhoods walkable, because the ones we have are so popular that it's getting hard to afford living in them.
For three months, our Streetsblog NYC editor has been exposing one of New York City's great scams: drivers (mostly cops) who deface their license plates to avoid speed-camera tickets. Well, it's time to hang up the paint pen and screwdriver.
Living in environments with good access to destinations and transport options also protects against loneliness. In particular, it benefits individuals who are able to use active transport (walking and cycling) and high-quality public transport.
Yes, it's once again time for the Congress of New Urbanism's annual teardown wish list.