12/01/03 499 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn, NY 2:00pm. Bob Diamond stands underneath the electrical lines that power his vintage trolleys. Photo requested by Gersh Kuntzman. Please credit Gregory P. Mango.
La directora de la Escuela de Enfermería de Bwindi habló sobre cómo las bicicletas donadas por la tienda comunitaria Working Bikes de Chicago ayudan a empoderar a las mujeres jóvenes en el suroeste de Uganda.
The director of Bwindi Nursing School discussed how bicycles donated by Chicago’s Working Bikes community shop help empower young women in southwest Uganda.
"We assume[d] the federal dollars would cover us through 2025," said the agency's CFO, but "at the current ridership levels, we'll have plenty of federal money for this year and next year."
This spring, the Cambridge City Council has endured several marathon public meetings to discuss – and ultimately reject – petitions that sought to roll back some of the city’s landmark bike and pedestrian safety initiatives. Each time, dozens of residents have lined up to testify in defense of policies like the city’s Cycling Safety Ordinance. […]
On this episode, host Kea Wilson sits down with Olatunji Oboi Reed of Equiticity to talk about "community mobility rituals," or regular, free, hyper-local events that dismantle barriers to sustainable transportation and build the social infrastructure that neighborhoods need.
New efforts by federal and state authorities to encourage the construction of housing in walkable and transit-rich communities suggests that many cities' best chance at progressive zoning reform will come from the top down, rather than the grass roots.