“The land in this state is like a sponge–it soaks up all the creative ability of the people,” said Kim-Mai Cutler, Operating Partner at Initialized Capital, and a tech journalist. The cost of rent and mortgages consumes all of peoples’ work and creativity, without providing the things they need, such as “mass transit, schools, and […]
Safe operation of AVs without relying on external sensors should be non-negotiable. So it's alarming to hear someone in the bike industry talk as though he's ready to negotiate.
Changes would make downtown streets faster and safer for bus riders and bicyclists.
This week's episode comes to you from the National Shared Mobility Summit in Chicago. If you want to get a primer on how governments and the private sector are moving beyond the era where everyone is expected to own and drive their own car, this panel moderated by Jeff Tumlin of Nelson Nygaard is a good place to start.
Speaking on WNYC this morning, the governor suggested putting off an Albany vote on congestion pricing until next year.
The recipe for success: Give transit agencies the resources to make systemwide improvements, don't just focus on one line at a time.