Transportation

The Cross-Bronx Expressway really hurt (but not in the way you might think)

A few months ago, I finished reading Robert Caro's The Power Broker, a biography of highway/park-builder Robert Moses.  Caro asserts that Moses's Cross-Bronx Expressway ruined Bronx neighborhoods near East Tremont Avenue; many houses and apartments were destroyed to build the expressway, and th... read more »

Why Highways Are Less Harmful In Parks Than On Urban Streets

When I read Robert Caro's The Power Broker (a biography of New York road-builder Robert Moses), one story that didn't quite make sense is Caro's discussion of the Henry Hudson Bridge. Caro writes that Caro's routing of this bridge caused "the destruction of Manhattan's priceless last forest" in Inwo... read more »

Can Complete Streets Compete in Phoenix?

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Shanghai Metro: No Signs of Slowing Down

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Myki: The Costly Implementation of Melbourne’s Transport Ticketing System

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Astana, Kazakhstan’s Heyday is yet to Come, so What Should it Learn from a Nineteenth Century City?

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Learning from Tourism-Based Transit: An Orlando, Florida Case Study

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How the East Bay Bicycle Coalition is Making Ridership Accessible to all Residents

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