US traffic deaths are rising again—fatalities jumped 8.1 percent in the first half of 2015, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports.
When a $7.2 million project designed to improve quality of life through walkability fails to meet any walkability goals, there's a problem.
Freeway-Free San Francisco, a new report by CNU, lays out a plan for better living and transportation while making room for affordable housing.
The TruTV show Adams Ruins Everything ran an episode on cars that is a good history of American favoritism toward automobile transportation and why that hurts people.
Until truly Complete Streets become a normal part of transportation engineering, this profession will remain primary preventers of creating places people love.
The Federal Highway Administration wants to drop 11 of 13 mandatory standards for thoroughfares under 50 mph, which is another domino falling in favor of complete streets, engineers say.
A fascinating Internet discussion makes the case for solving congestion problems using economic, rather than engineering, strategies. But urban design should also be considered.
LA's new Mobility Plan 2035 replaces auto-centric thoroughfare designations with new urban terms.
Street Smart, a first-hand account from a contrarian engineer who rose to the top of his profession when the automobile was king, offers valuable insights into America's infrastructure problems.
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