What Parking Reform Means for People With DisabilitiesBy Kea Wilson | | No Comments
Practically every day, there’s a new headline about a new effort in a U.S. city to reform its auto-centric parking policies.
Three Things To Know About the National Lithium-Ion Battery Fire “Epidemic”By Kea Wilson | | No Comments
Sustainable transportation advocates are calling for common-sense trade regulations, consumer education, and other reforms to keep prevent fires involving defective lithium-ion batteries.
‘Secretary Pete Can’t Save You’: FHWA OKs Houston Highway Expansion After PauseBy Kea Wilson | | No Comments
One of America’s most infamous highway expansion projects is steamrolling ahead after a civil rights lawsuit brought it to a two-year pause.
Study: Cognitive Screenings for Aging Drivers Cut Some Crashes — But They Have a Disturbing DownsideBy Kea Wilson | | No Comments
Simply taking away the licenses of older drivers who show signs of dementia may not deliver as many safety benefits as policymakers hope, a new study suggests.
What Did Denverites Do With All Those Free E-Bikes? (Answer: Not Drive So Much)By Kea Wilson | | No Comments
Denver's decision to invest in its climate and economic future by helping residents buy e-bikes is already paying off for the region, new data shows.
Sustainable Transport Advocates Decry ‘Precision Scheduled Railroading’ After Ohio DerailmentBy Kea Wilson | | No Comments
The ongoing debate over who’s to blame for a toxic Ohio train derailment is obscuring a more critical conversation about the freight rail industry's tendency to put profits over safety, sustainable transportation advocates say.
What Happens When You Ask Public Officials To Give Up Driving For A WeekBy Kea Wilson | | No Comments
A campaign to get public officials in the Cleveland area to attempt a week without driving didn't get many electeds to go totally car-free — but it did make a powerful statement.
Police Car Stops Alienate Communities and Lead to Violent Deaths Like Tyre Nichols’s — Should They Be Rethought?By Kea Wilson | | No Comments
The killing of Tyre Nichols has raised questions about the use and risks of a routine part of U.S. policing: the traffic stop.
French Warn Parents of an Underestimated Roadway Danger: Toxic MasculinityBy Kea Wilson | | No Comments
A new French safety campaign is warning parents that they may play a far bigger role in preventing car crashes than they might think.
To Make Cities More Sustainable, Should We All Put On Mascot Costumes?By Kea Wilson | | No Comments
A Maryland activist is poking fun at people who oppose sustainable transportation projects with the help of a human-sized insect costume.
Half of Americans Will Get Vision Zero Plans in New Federal GrantBy Kea Wilson | | No Comments
More than half of the U.S. population will live in cities or counties with a Safe Streets action plan in place, thanks to a wave of new funding from Washington.
How Mayors Can Lead The Way to a Sustainable Transportation Future (Hint: Listen to John Bauters)By Kea Wilson | | No Comments
Not enough U.S. mayors make sustainable transportation a priority, and even the ones that do don’t always get much done.