Even as Holland has become famous for its people-first infrastructure, U.S. advocates rarely talk about the arduous process Netherlanders must undertake before they're allowed to drive — or how education contributes to the country's eye-popping safety stats.
Cities are slow to install crosswalks, but they sure are quick to remove them if you get tired of waiting and paint your own.
Amtrak is still struggling to emerge from the worst of the pandemic — and nowhere is it being felt more than on its long-distance service, whose ridership numbers continues to lag even as coastal intercity routes bounce back. Here are three core reasons why long-distance Amtrak routes are having a hard time — and some signs of hope.
Amtrak is leaving the station with about as many riders as before the pandemic. Plus, EVs aren't saving as much gas as you might think
A very special edition of Talking Headways on the one-year anniversary of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and what it has meant (and will mean going forward!).
The New York Times jumped into the ongoing conversation about why American road deaths are so rapidly outpacing the rest of the industrialized world — but the scratch-the-surface approach left a lot of causes and solutions on the table.