The End of the Road
Our cities were built for cars. Can we rethink infrastructure to move beyond our fossil-fueled past? Grist explores in this mini-series
In This Series
We looked at a real-world examples in Portland, San Francisco, and Seattle to see if tearing down highways makes traffic worse.
Inside the push to tear down an Oakland freeway
Cars are this symbol of freedom, but they actually need a huge amount of help in the form of infrastructure.