People die every day in car crashes with incredibly few calls for cars to be banned. But when mass transit suffers a deadly collusion, or a micro-mobility option incurs a death, citizens cry for changes, restrictions, and outright bans on their use
A brief conversation with a former traffic engineer on a Lyft ride through the city
Mixed use developments in inhospitable environments shows is an example of just how one dimensional our concept of urban prosperity really is
On the outskirts of Rochester, a new traffic pattern poses a serious danger to pedestrians
Traffic calming features often receive tremendous criticism because drivers are more worried about vehicle damage than safety
Our need to express ourselves and our worth will ultimately inhibit us from moving beyond the automobile
Imagine waking up one day to a new law… a national 30mph speed limit. What would happen?
Rochester’s Inner Loop East project is being carefully watched by, well… the whole country.
How Traffic Might Limit Growth in Three Upstate Cities