CU Denver Study: Uber and Lyft Reduce the Need for ParkingBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
Cities can start reducing parking at destinations like airports, concert venues, bars and restaurants and in downtown areas, according to a new University of Colorado study.
Uber Got Off the Hook for Killing a Pedestrian with its Self-Driving CarBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
Safety oversight for self-driving car companies is off to a bad start.
How Driving is Encouraged and Subsidized — By LawBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
Greg Shill, a law professor, attempted to itemize all the ways driving is legally favored in the U.S. Let's just say it's a long list.
Midwest Will Raise Gas Taxes — And Make Everything WorseBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
If Midwest states shovel billions more into highway widenings (likely), it could just increase maintenance costs and further undermine their cities.
Europe Will Use Vehicle Speed-Limiting Tech to Save Thousands of LivesBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
A new E.U. rule requiring speed limiters in cars is expected to save 15,000 lives in 15 years. Why can't the U.S. do the same?
New Bill Would Provide a Tax Break for Bike CommutersBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
Bike commuters would be able to write off $53 per month in related expenses, under a new House bill.
Want to Grow Transit Ridership? Improve Bus ServiceBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
The weakest link is often bus service, but improving it holds the key to maintaining ridership.
'Elitist' Duke Kills Rail Project A Decade in the MakingBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
City Council members call Duke University top brass elitist for killing a project the community spent 10 years planning and voted to support.
Duke University Could Block New Light Rail; Faculty Fight BackBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
Duke University's objections might sink a $3.3-billion light rail plan for Durham. It flies in the face of the University's stated climate convictions, says professor Drew Shindell.
More Cities Are Taking Responsibility for Clearing Sidewalks of SnowBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
Rochester, Burlington, Minneapolis, Duluth and Syracuse have either started clearing sidewalks or are moving in that direction.
States May Forfeit $1 Billion in Biking and Walking FundingBy Andy Bosselman and Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
States will forfeit a combined $1 billion in biking and walking funds if they don't get their acts together by September.
Meet the Cincinnati Wheelchair User Struck Three Times by DriversBy Angie Schmitt | | No Comments
Neil Kelly has been hit by two SUVs and a van in just 10 months. He tells Streetsblog about his struggle to stay safe in a wheelchair in the Queen City.