The asphalt-industrial complex—otherwise known as Big Asphalt—took control of our cities and towns. Here's how we can take it back.
A breakthrough design on La Jolla Boulevard in San Diego cuts crashes by 90 percent and gives local business a shot in the arm.
Why street design has not kept pace with automotive safety improvements, and what you can do about it.
Roundabouts and reductions in lane widths helped to restore civic life along a US highway in a western New York village.
A pedestrian fatality spurred a transformation of a thoroughfare in Raleigh, linking a college campus to neighborhoods.
For about a quarter of typical road diet costs, semi-permanent street transformations have been successfully demonstrated in two cities.
The city of Oak Park has the density—it needs placemaking, and that is why an automobile-oriented corridor is being transformed with a linear greenway and complete street.