A lot of great things happened in the movement to end car dependency in 2022, but we'd be lying if we said it was all sunshine and roses. For a little year-end catharsis, let's take a look back at the biggest bummers of the year.
Streetsblog joins with numerous organizations, elected officials, and individuals calling for the immediate resignations of all four of the participants on the call. It's time to resign, Nury Martinez, Kevin de León, Gil Cedillo, and Ron Herrera
The staff of Streetsblog is off today to mark the Juneteenth national holiday, the celebration of the end of slavery in the U.S. in 1865.
Streetsblog will be back publishing in full tomorrow, Tuesday, June 21.
What if any American could tell at a glance how her unique local land use policies influence the way she and her neighbors get around, without having to dig through a mountain of arcane jargon to get there?
A secretive group is painting crosswalks in Los Angeles where they say the city has failed to provide basic infrastructure to protect walkers — so it's worth noting the wealth of resources available to would-be tactical urbanists.
A new zine from a top transit nonprofit explores why the needs of women need to be at the center of U.S. transit planning — and what it's like for gender-marginalized people who are working to change the status quo