We’ve been doing transportation planning wrong for generations. And our economy is paying for it.
“We can take a … street that’s usually filled with cars and congestion, blowing out pollution all around, and clear every car from that street, and create a canvas of what a community can look like when we get the …
The last three years have seen an incredible transformation of New York’s streetscape. More than 200 miles of bike lanes have been added, while Times Square and many other formerly car-clogged spaces have been turned into havens for pedestrians.
Gov. Chris Christie’s refusal to invest in a piece of major public transit infrastructure is another blow against a modernized transportation system.
The creation of a modern rail network in the United States is becoming just another political football.
Whether you do it with a Mosquito or with old-fashioned security guards, the routine dispersal of teenagers does raise issues about the nature of public space — the vital essence of a dynamic and productive city.