In cities across the globe emerging from COVID-19, we have consistently seen a slow return to transit, and a quick return (and even growth) in private car travel. We know that pre-COVID-19, fewer than half of Boston area residents drove to work. We also know that if this ratio were to change due to the […]
Air travel is busted, and the Port Authority is broke. Can we bail on this boondoggle now?
Cities across America are telling the pedestrian "beg" button to bug off, thanks to thermal imaging technology designed to detect and protect human bodies on our roadways.
And the Parks Department isn't doing anything to ensure the safety of cyclists beyond posting "signs" directing riders to busy, dangerous local roads.
The rides promote public safety, wellness, and community spirit in a neighborhood that residents say has positive qualities that many Chicagoans overlook.
Streetsblog was pushing for pop-up bus lanes months ago when traffic was much lighter and there would have been less potential political backlash to repurposing mixed-traffic lanes but, hey, better late than never.