The unremarkable things I see on my ride to work, and why they are so important to remember.
Our survey suggests that people see cycling more as a recreational and fitness outlet, not a transportation option
At what point will the informationally empowered overwhelm the informationally ignorant to the point of no return?
While we typically see “growth” as positive, we must think critically about the direction and large-scale impact that it creates
Lack of enforcement and maintenance begs the question… is Rochester’s bike infrastructure for real or for show?
To truly appreciate the impact of public space, we must first appreciate what it does for people, not what it does for the bottom line.
One handles more traffic with fewer lanes, leading to a safer and more welcoming experience for those on foot
Roads are for cars, sidewalks are for pedestrians… cyclists are stuck in between
Parks and public spaces aren’t always an easy sell, unless we look at them the same way we view other “destinations”
Three questions for a dedicated cycling and urban activist in Rochester
A popular early episode of The Simpsons highlights how flashy projects and mob mentality eclipse the need for practical improvements to our communities
Sometimes the fight becomes more important than the original idea.
Is your city’s revival coming to an end because your city just did something stupid? Nope, it’s just urban adolescence.
High speed rail would be great for New York, but a simpler, more cost effective solution is the right one.
When we prioritize entertainment complexes over livability, we send a clear and unfortunate message to our citizens