Featured Headline: So apparently we caused a little distress at Metro HQ last Friday, but the truth of the matter is that we did them a favor. If Metro correctly handles the situation with a billionaire stirring the pot on a popular project, they’ll be able to point to their conduct forever. In other words, […]
Even in the wake of another tremendously successful CicLAvia, there are still signs of a Bikelash growing in some quarters against progressive transportation design that attempts to make streets safer and efficient for all road users, not just automobiles. Tonight, the Northridge West Neighborhood Council will vote on what Los Angeles Bike Advisory Committee member […]
SCAG studied 11 potential pricing cordons. Five of these were recommended for further study.
Many cities weren't collecting it anyway.
Cross-posted from City Observatory. Earlier, we rolled out our parking price index, showing the variation in parking prices among large US cities. Gleaning data from ParkMe, a web-based directory of parking lots and rates, we showed how much it cost to park on a monthly basis in different cities. There’s a surprising degree of variation: […]
GM’s highly publicized claim to triple-digit fuel efficiency for its new Chevy Volt has sparked a debate over the solidity of the estimate as well as the lack of charging stations where non-garage-owners could charge a Volt. But another byproduct of the rise of electric vehicles is getting less attention: its effect on the nation’s transportation funding crisis. […]