Transportation

Another Way To Measure Car Dependence

I got into an argument on Twitter about how widespread car ownership was in NYC's outer boroughs, which in turn caused me to go to city-data.com to answer the question: how do you measure how many people own cars, anyhow? The City Data website has data not just for cities and counties, but for indiv... read more »

A Dangerous Ride: Why Melbourne’s Bike Lanes Are Not Promoting A Sustainable Commute

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Two New Intermodal Stations for Miami, Florida

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Pedestrians, Cyclists and Public Transit Users: Big Spenders

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Spinning Wheels: Cincinnati Bike Month 2013 & Cincinnati Bike Advocacy

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Speed Bumps Are Not All Bad

I have generally been pretty skeptical of speed bumps (also known as "speed humps"); they can be harmful to cars, but don't do as much to calm traffic as some other techniques. ... read more »

How (Some) Drivers Suffer From One-Way Streets

Generally, supporters of a less car-dependent society are critical of one-way streets, while supporters of the sprawl status quo favor them.  But I have a somewhat different perspective after driving around downtown Atlanta today.  I drove there to do an errand for my mother, and the maze ... read more »