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...
Aug 23, 2022
Free transit pilots are popping up around the world — and so are heated debates about whether they will stymie agencies' efforts to delivery the high-quality service that U.S. riders need. But what if that argument is missing something fundamental about why we commodify basic mobility in the first place, and the many...
May 24, 2022
Neighborhood walking tours, group bike rides, and organized strolls in the park aren't typically thought of as front-line strategies to break a city's dependence on automobiles. Some advocates argue that without events like them, though, U.S. neighborhoods will never transform into truly people-centered places —...
Mar 14, 2022
new zine from a top transit nonprofit explores not just why the
needs of women need to be at the center of U.S. transit planning,
but what it's actually like for gender-marginalized people who are
working to change the status quo — in their own words, images, and
In their unconventional and inspiring...