Transportation

Dude, where are my cars?

Pacific Northwest sustainability think tank Sightline Institute’s Programs Director and blogger Clark Williams-Derry evaluated 2010 Census data and Total Vehicle Miles (TVM) data to show his region’s car usage is leveling off despite the traffic engineer led push for increased highway capacity. ... read more »

Three Good Reasons for the Rising Cost of Parking in Austin, Texas

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Playing for Greener Streets in Vancouver, Canada

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Just One Way for a Bus Rapid Transit System in Buenos Aires?

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What I Am Thankful For

Since today is Thanksgiving, I thought I would post about what I am thankful for (instead of complaining as usual about what I am not thankful for): I am thankful that in the year 2012, urbanism is, in some ways, winning over sprawl: (some) cities are being repopulated, transit ridership is rising, ... read more »

Capital MetroRail Prioritizes People to Create an Accessible, Connected, and Sustainable City

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Towards a New Multi-Modal System of Transportation in the Twin Cities: Minneapolis & Saint Paul, MN

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Hunts Point Market

To remove, or not to remove, that is the question! Community activist groups and Bronx, NY residents have long awaited the decision of the Sheridan Expressway's fate. Mayor Bloomberg and the city answered their questions this past summer: the removal option was off the table. This decision was large... read more »

A Crosswalk Conundrum in the Twin Cities

In Minneapolis, a recent post by Joe Urban (me) has generated some talk and action. The three neighborhood groups bordering the section of roadway in question may be forming an alliance to support the points of this post, and the Minneapolis Pedestrian Advisory Committee may be as well. We'll keep y... read more »