What is ‘Traffic Violence’ and Why Do We Need To Talk About It?By Streetsblog | | No Comments
We were all raised in car culture — which normalizes the idea that 40,000 people will die in car crashes every year. But it's not normal. And it needs to be called what it is.
PoC Transportation Leaders Call for Antiracist Action from Their CommunityBy Streetsblog | | No Comments
BIPOC leaders have long urged antiracist action from their white counterparts — but those calls have gained particular urgency in the wake of the recent murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. Here are helpful resources from three top leaders.
City Transport Officials Condemn Police Violence and Affirm Black Lives MatterBy Streetsblog | | No Comments
A national umbrella group of urban planners carves out a much broader vision for safe streets — one based on justice and safety from police violence.
Help Wanted: StreetsblogUSA is Hiring!By Streetsblog | | No Comments
Do you have what it takes to be a national leader on the debate over sustainable transportation, livable streets, transit equity and the future of our cities? If so, please apply.
Streetfilms: See The Awesomeness of Portland’s Car-Free Tilikum CrossingBy Streetsblog | | No Comments
Streetfilms' auteur Clarence Eckerson Jr. revisits a back-to-the-future idea whose time has come again for many cities.
Streetfilms: Fixing the NYC Subway is About Racial and Economic JusticeBy Streetsblog | | No Comments
Supporters of congestion pricing rallied on Monday at the Broadway Junction subway complex to demand repairs to the beleaguered transit system — and this time, the focus was on racial and economic justice. “We’ve got this whole narrative about what congestion pricing is,” said Mark Winston Griffith of the Brooklyn Movement Center. “People have said […]