Issue / Roadway Design

Guest Op-Ed: It’s Time to Do Away with the E’s and Embrace the Public Health Approach in Transportation Safety

Much of the focus on the intersection of public health and transportation is on the health outcomes related to our current...

Op-Ed: Transportation and the Police Part 2: The Enforcement Problem in Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

This article is the second piece in a Transportation and the Police op-ed series by Eno's Romic Aevaz. You can read the first article...

Webinar: Dynamic Streets, Curbs, and Sidewalks in COVID-19

Previous plans to expand bike networks and more space for pedestrians are being fast-tracked as stay-at-home orders for COVID-19 demand...

Guest Op-Ed: Atlanta Adopts Vision Zero. Now Comes the Hard Part: Implementation

This week the City of Atlanta joined the increasingly long list of American cities adopting Vision Zero policies. Atlanta faces an...

Parking Reform Picks up Steam in 2019

The United States is estimated to have anywhere from 722 million to 2 billion parking spaces, and many U.S. cities are commonly...

Webinar: Beyond Speculation 2.0

Watch the recording: Automated vehicles (AVs) could completely transform mobility networks, dramatically improve safety, reduce...

Op-Ed: Cities are Looking to Change the “Rules of the Road”

October 25, 2018 This week, Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser’s administration announced a number of plans to rethink the flow of...

Congestion Pricing in NYC and Beyond

When: 4:00pm ET, Thursday, May 3, 2018 Where: Via webinar [embed]https://youtu.be/-jERriTWhWQ[/embed] Click here to download...

FY18 Omnibus: Highway Programs

March 22, 2018 The fiscal year 2018 omnibus appropriations package contains $47.5 billion in budgetary resources for the Federal...

Ahead of the Curb: The Case for Shared Use Mobility (SUM) Zones

January 18, 2017 Much ink has already been spilled about how the digital economy has transformed the way people and goods move...

Local Transportation Funding Plans Largely Successful in This Week’s Elections

November 9, 2017 A bevy of proposals to increase transportation spending at the state and local level, either through new...

The United States Should Go Dutch—In Roadway Policy and Design

Children in the United States learn to ride a bicycle between anywhere from age 3 to 8. But where a child lives can either encourage or...

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