If there's been a silver lining to the COVID crisis, it's certainly that for the first time some space between buildings has been wrestled away from the all-but exclusive use of motorists. The Cool Solution podcast did a great piece about a few of the scrappy activists
It's not the $2B requested by the CA Transportation Commission and advocates, and it's not even near what he proposes for litter cleanup, but it would help
Political ads are banned in the subway, but they're apparently kosher for an MTA press release.
It's come to this: the Southeastern gas shortage has the federal government warning gas-hoarding drivers not to fill plastic bags with petroleum. Plus all the other news.
A rational, universal fare structure and coordinated schedules that put the customer first? Sounds great--but how do you do it?
A new bill would give U.S. communities money to analyze how easy — or difficult — it is for residents to access the destinations they need most, and how their mode of transportation, race, income, age, disability, and other factors that impact their basic mobility.