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Pedestrians! Transit! Street vendors! Are we in suburban America anymore?
On Houston Street in New York, the BMW Guggenheim Lab hopes to incubate ideas and solutions for the modern urban world. What will come of it?
The case of Jan Morgan shows how far we have to go when it comes to protecting vulnerable road users.
Artūras Zuokas, the mayor of Vilnius, Lithuania, makes his point crushingly clear: Bike lanes are for bikes, not luxury vehicles.
The bikeshare system in Minneapolis is only one year old, but already it's being counted as a big success.
Could the case of a mother convicted of vehicular homicide for crossing the street with her son be a turning point for the rights of pedestrians and transit users?
Raquel Nelson, who faces three years in prison after her son was killed by a hit-and-run driver when they crossed the street, gives an interview to Ann Curry on the Today show.
Small-scale green spaces -- not huge, expensive projects -- are a good way to heal our cities.
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