Curb car dependence and avoid its costs and inconveniences by embracing multimodal transportation options – including the simple-to-use folding bike.
The recently promoted misconception that cyclists don’t pay their fair share for street infrastructure is both false and misleading.
Doughnut art sparks a zoning dispute, the relationship between city blocks and their buildings, the false economy of car-centric development and more in National Links.
Concerned about faster driving? More pedestrian accidents? Less safety for cyclists? Weigh in about the City of St. Paul’s Transportation Safety Action Plan; the deadline is today (April 14).
Housing construction on commercial strips, resistance to Paris’ new low-emission zone, the ill effects of our parking addiction and more in this week’s National Links.
HOURCAR was groundbreaking when it launched in 2005. Despite road bumps — detailed recently in Streets.mn — the company is serving the underserved, its CEO says.
Four blocks, a few minutes and three examples of driver behavior that make people less safe — on a street rebuilt to be safer for all users.
This week: walking is good for kids’ brains, apartment-phobia and its discontents, and what to say to people who think windows should come at a premium.
In the last five years, HourCar’s service has seen a steep decline, due to a reduced number of vehicles, a lack of basic maintenance and plain old neglect.
A comprehensive study on the effectiveness of low-traffic neighborhoods in London and how reducing and reusing lithium can curb climate change – these topics and more on this week’s compilation of National Links.