This week: Wawa gets worse, the pros and cons of seawalls, and efforts to reimagine Austin, Texas and Nashville, Tennessee.
In this week’s National Links: pandemic-era changes to work and commutes, designing with autism in mind and the gradual death of the “starter car.”
This week: Japanese mini-trucks find a foothold in the States, the decline of park-and-rides and why we need more family-sized apartments.
The Overhead Wire’s weekly compilation of national and global news: transportation and medicine, the power of porches and a drop in interactions within cities.
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.
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.
This week: billboard bans in France, Chicago’s bus battery troubleshooting and how an Arizona town wound up waterless.
The Overhead Wire’s weekly news compilation explores why American railroads oppose electrification and how two Belgian cities sought to reduce car use downtown.
How can cities be generators, not destroyers, of biodiversity? This and much more answered in this week’s National Links.
Doubts are raised about cool pavements, engineers need more transportation education and other great reads await in this week’s National Links.