Transportation

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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Learning from Seattle: Transit

Before attending the Livable Cities conference in Portland, I am visiting Seattle for a few days.  As in Salt Lake City, there are some things I like and some I don't. Seattle seems to have an extensive bus system.  Ideally, a bus system would give riders a way to pay without having to fum... read more »

Proteus - New Urbanism Ideas From and For the Middle East

What could possibly have taken me to Salt Lake City (SLC) in Utah, United States? Shock put to rest: it was the 21st Congress for New Urbanism (CNU 21), which was held there from May 28th till June 1st. Dozens of experts in and even just supporters (like yours truly) of New Urbanism gathered in such... read more »