Countless marginalized U.S. communities, though, are already being annoyed by car noise —and experts say that may not change even if every vehicle on the road were electrified overnight.
For aging transit systems facing mounting maintenance costs, an influx of federal infrastructure funding may not be enough.
This week: architecture journalist Alexandra Lange talks about her book, Meet Me by the Fountain: An Inside History of the Mall, plus the evolution of the enclosed shopping center, equity, legal implications, and of course, zombies. It's a one-of-a-kind episode!
Automakers are warning that they won't be able to meet demand for electric cars while also divesting from foreign supply chains — prompting some advocates to demand a decarbonization strategy that doesn't require 1,000-pound batteries.
They're the backbone of any region's infrastructure. So let's act like it.
Nobody likes them, and they don't work. Build real bike infrastructure instead. Plus, why DART is considering giving back over $200 million in tax revenue.