As more Americans work from home and use home delivery, a higher percentage of car trips will be made by choice instead of necessity. How will this impact space in our communities?
The average car turns the average human into a 100 square foot commuter. Now more than ever it’s time to think about human scale transportation
Think an electric scooter, e-bike or e-skateboard will replace your car? Unless you live in a major metro with copious access to transit, the limited range of these devices WILL be your biggest issue
Nashville has banned e-scooters after a tragic death of a young rider. Using the same logic, I am asking the mayor if he would also consider banning cars.
Why it’s so hard to get suburban transit projects done
Every e-scooter share problem could be resolved if cars weren’t exclusively prioritized
We not only have to fight for transit funding, we have to fight for it when it appears to the casual observer that it’s not working
When jobs move away from our city centers, it makes efficient transit nearly impossible
Transit ridership is down sharply. Here’s why, and what it means going forward.
I used to get frustrated by bikes and walkers. Biking to work made me realize how childish that was
Buffalo’s Metro Rail has a “blue collar” approach to moving people about a city that is just starting to turn the corner
I went without a car for nearly 2 years. That time taught me something very important
Don’t listen to the haters… these things are great, and I’ll tell you why.
Cities function better with fewer cars. But suburban visitors want automobile convenience.
The best ideas for our cities often turn out to be watered down, manufactured, militant and misguided executions of New Urbanistic concepts