Dec 13, 2022
Mass memorials to the victims of traffic violence are a rarity on American roads. But it wasn't always that way — and there's a fascinating history behind why so many lost lives have become virtually invisible in the public realm today.
On this episode of The Brake, Kea Wilson sits down with historian and author...
Nov 29, 2022
In communities across the U.S., city leaders have reacted to safety concerns about the shared e-scooter industry with fleet curfews, neighborhood restrictions, and even outright bans. Those blunt policies, though, might hurt more people than they help — especially when it comes to socially and racially...
Nov 15, 2022
In 2012, Jeff Speck’s Walkable City sparked a conversation about why pedestrianized places matter and became one of the best-selling books about the built environment in recent memory. Ten years later, though, so much about the world has changed — even as human-centered communities have become more important...
Nov 1, 2022
Hundreds of thousands of Americans lose a loved one in a car
crash every single year. So why don't more of us talk about it —
and why don't more of us take action to prevent other families from
enduring those tragedies, too?
On this special episode of The Brake, host Kea Wilson has an emotional conversation with...
Oct 4, 2022
In communities across America, people are getting angry about
traffic violence. But what does it take to turn that anger to a
full-blown movement, with neighbors fighting alongside one another
to change the status quo?
Today, we tapped Elizabeth Creely of the San Francisco-based grassroots advocacy organization Safe...