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Encouraging individuals to lead car-free lifestyles – for the sake of the environment, the well-being of their neighborhoods, or their own health and happiness –...

Jul 17, 2017 Blog Post

This is another example of how we Americans lack a precise and rich language for even talking about urban change; how our existing data sources...

Jul 12, 2017 Blog Post

There are many important questions to be asked about transportation trends. We need better data if we want to answer them accurately.

Jul 11, 2017 Blog Post

Could it be that, deep down, cyclists and drivers – despite often being at odds – really want the same thing?

Jul 5, 2017 Blog Post

With transportation policy at every level increasingly out of step with 21st century conditions and priorities and ripe for fundamental reform, now is the time...

Jun 1, 2017 Blog Post

Swapping out fossil fuel-powered internal combustion engine vehicles for electric ones running on renewable energy might do the “climate work,” but the amount of climate...

May 24, 2017 Blog Post
Building a Healthier, Safer City through Better Street Design

Complete Streets – streets designed for all road users, including people on foot, on bike or taking transit – can help address transportation and public...

May 9, 2017 Report

The technical challenge of making transit work better – while essential – pales in significance to the adaptive challenge of building cities and a transportation...

May 5, 2017 Blog Post

Building a less car-dependent transportation system is a necessity not just for the environment, our health and the effective functioning of our cities and towns,...

Apr 28, 2017 Blog Post
Big Projects. Bigger Price Tags. Limited Benefits.

America spends tens of billions of dollars each year on wasteful highway projects that are unnecessary or damaging to our communities - even as crying...

Apr 18, 2017 Report

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