State transportation agencies halted proposals to widen freeways in Denver and Portland amid rising costs, lawsuits, and stark questions about the projects’ destructive effects on the environment.
Toyota has realized that there are only so many buyers in the market that require massive size and capability for functional purposes. Enter the new Tundra ad, "Cappuccino," the automaker's clear effort at repositioning pickup trucks for the glam set.
The Biden administration released grant funding for electric school buses. Plus, cities are returning to their pro-car pre-pandemic ways.
On this episode, host Kea Wilson sits down with Olatunji Oboi Reed of Equiticity to talk about "community mobility rituals," or regular, free, hyper-local events that dismantle barriers to sustainable transportation and build the social infrastructure that neighborhoods need.
New efforts by federal and state authorities to encourage the construction of housing in walkable and transit-rich communities suggests that many cities' best chance at progressive zoning reform will come from the top down, rather than the grass roots.
A six-month Streetsblog investigation found that streets near schools are uniquely dangerous, with rates of crashes and injuries that exceed city averages — particularly near schools where most students are poor or children of color.