Pedestrians are the most vulnerable users of our right of ways. So why do they not receive the prioritization they deserve?
Widening a sidewalk and calling it a trail CAN work… but it needs other pedestrian and cycling-focused amenities to maximize its potential
A retail stretch along Route 15 in Pennsylvania is, quite literally, only accessible by car
Wide, multi-lane roads that marginalize pedestrians don’t just encourage speed, they justify it
While trail networks seem to be gaining popularity, we must consider paving and, if necessary, removing snow from them so that they may be a year-round resource
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Now is our chance to see how rewarding a car-light society can feel
I rarely see people on this trail. Today, everyone was using it.
Public transit is better for our communities and our environment. But for me and other like me, it’s simply more fun.
Crosswalks are the places where drivers should always be reminded that they are piloting heavy machinery that shares space with a living world
If sports teams, who’s existence is dependent on ticket sales, are making this a priority, shouldn’t all of our cities, communities and neighborhoods?
When negligent drivers kill, a slap on the wrist to ensures that the negligence will continue, and serve as a message that we may do whatever we want in our vehicles without repercussion
A beautiful trail connects residential neighborhoods north of Buffalo to downtown
Two years ago I wrote a post that became a rallying cry. But I was wrong. Sort of.
A brief conversation with a former traffic engineer on a Lyft ride through the city