On November 8, voters across the country approved nearly $3.6 billion dollars in local funding for new bicycle infrastructure. Here are a few notable measures from across the country.
As shown in this map, Chicago’s land use policies have a major impact on our greenhouse gas emissions.
Several construction projects scheduled to begin construction in the coming year in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood will widen sidewalks and connect the neighborhood’s emerging network of protected bike lanes. On November 16, city officials from Boston’s Public Works and Transportation Departments shared their final plans for reconstructing Congress Street in Fort Point, between Fort Point […]
Maura Healey wants to get rid of the commuter rail as we know it. The next Massachusetts governor promised during the campaign to move from a system named after and designed for outdated societal expectations about work to a true regional rail system, the kind that transit advocates in the state have been dreaming of […]
The 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy brought a renewed focus on New York’s resiliency measures — but as Dave Colon recently pointed out in Streetsblog, we’re not ready for a Sandy sequel.
On today's special edition of The Brake, we're re-broadcasting an episode of Charles T. Brown's "Arrested Mobility" podcast that centered around what happened when St. Louis forced e-scooters out of its downtown — featuring our own Kea Wilson!