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
Kick scooters are light, flexible, foldable last-mile transportation options in our cities today… if you can stand the looks and laughs.
Not all roads, & sidewalks are created equal… yet we use rigid opinions and broad brush statistics to specify their specific use regardless of context
High speed rail would be great for New York, but a simpler, more cost effective solution is the right one.
My electric bike is one of the best things I’ve ever purchased. Here’s why.
Lack of patience for urban innovation often spells doom for transit projects that experience growing pains
Evan urbanists accept the car will always be king. That doesn’t mean we don’t need to make improvements.
Taking Genesee Street down to 2 lanes would create a strong foundation for growth
Take 5-10 popular bus lines, remove their numbers, give them “colors” and put them on a map that’s easy to read. It’s that simple.