Encouraging people to opt for a "first-mile/last-mile" connection via active, zero emission modes requires integration of policies, plans, designs, and funding
Bustang officials celebrated a sharp rise in ridership that bucks a national trend — and the service’s fourth anniversary achievement was marked with a giant birthday card signed by officials from 107 Colorado cities and towns whose constituents are taking advantage of the expanding service.
The city will leave it up to businesses to decide how many parking spaces they need in two center-city neighborhoods.
A note from the 68th Precinct excuses illegal parking because "public transportation [is] not a feasible option for their lifestyle."
We must require side guards on trucks entering our cities... and we must stop delaying on safety improvements to our streets
Wider inequality. More sprawl. Worse transit. Those are some of the outcomes we could see from self-driving cars in cities, according to a Pittsburgh-based transit advocacy group.