Sometimes, high-quality transit is within a walkable distance, but people just aren't used to walking to the train. New signage in St. Paul, Minnesota, funded through a local challenge from a national foundation, aims to help people get over that mental block and walking to the nearest Green Line station.
Metro Honing Alignments For SE County and Eastside Rail (KPCC) Mariachis Protest Boyle Heights Rent Hikes (Curbed) Long Beach Street Closures For Saturday’s Beach Streets Event (LBPT) Long Beach Leader Pushes Segregationist Secession (LongBeachIze) Carnage: Fiery 5 Freeway Crash Kills One, Injures 10 (KTLA5, KPCC) …Car Crash Kills Pedestrian in Reseda (Daily News) N. 710 Freeway […]
A plan to put an extra-wide suburban Atlanta thoroughfare on a road diet, adding protected bike lanes in the process, has come under fire from a local columnist with an unhealthy vendetta against people who ride bikes.
Whizzing above the city may sound appealing in a Jetsons sort of way, but Uber's thinking on this technology is completely untethered from its impact on the cities and towns below, where the people are.
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In the immortal words of our former Vice President Joe Biden, “This is a big f*cking deal.”