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Vision Zero Under the Microscope: Why Aren’t Road Fatalities at 0 Yet?By Gabriel Baumgaertner |
Washington D.C. has failed to bring down road fatalities because its Vision Zero program is hampered by limited infrastructure improvements, low funding and inconsistent oversight, part one of a new report reveals.
Wednesday’s Headlines Have Ample ParkingBy Blake Aued |
Car storage has eaten up big chunks of many cities. Some of those cities are starting to wise up.
How to Reframe the Narrative About Car DependencyBy Streetsblog |
On today's episode of The Brake, host Kea Wilson brings you an extended interview with Grant Ennis, author of Dark PR: How Corporate Disinformation Harms Our Health and the Environment. Listen now.
How Bike/Walk Laws ‘Arrest’ the Mobility of Black AmericansBy Kea Wilson |
Black pedestrians, bicyclists and micromobility users are subjected to a far wider array of dangerous laws than many sustainable transportation advocates may realize, a new report finds — and repealing them alone is not enough to guarantee them the freedom of mobility they need and deserve.
NYC Council Speaker Urges Police to 'Move Away' From Traffic StopsBy Julianne Cuba |
The NYPD should "move away" from police-initiated traffic stops that disproportionately target people of color and can lead to police brutality, Council Speaker Adrienne Adams said on Monday — offering uncharacteristic support for a central pillar of a progressive-wing movement to reform the police department.
Tuesday’s Headlines Can’t Drive My CarBy Blake Aued |
Instead of driving less because alternatives like walking and transit are just that great, Gen Z drives less primarily because they make less money.