Jennifer Dill at Portland State University is taking a close look at why girls' attitudes about biking change over time. In a study of 300 Portland-area families, she observed that a gender gap in attitudes toward cycling isn't apparent in younger kids, but when girls reach adolescence, they don't view cycling as positively as boys do.
Lessons learned from a first grade class field trip to the California Science Center via the Metro Expo Line
Tune in to KPCC's Air Talk this morning to hear Damien Newton talk about express lanes, tolls, and congestion
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Streetsblog is on the hunt for the North American transit station that's most severely undermined by excess surface parking, and today you'll meet the last two contestants in the running.