The street market is a powerful and ancient idea that's overdue for a big U.S. comeback, a new report argues — and during a COVID-19 holiday season, there's no better time to get the SUVs out of the road and start setting up the vendor stalls.
A lawsuit from a right-wing advocacy group is challenging the Music City's sidewalk laws — and offering a stark reminder of the need to expand the ways we fund basic walking infrastructure in our cities.
The effectiveness of our entire suite of defenses hinges on the policies and practices adopted by planners. Far too often, these development decisions are made with a blissful disregard of their ultimate safety consequences.
A coalition of transportation safety and consumer groups is urging Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to push for laws aimed at decreasing the pedestrian death toll on America's roadways, which reached a 30-year high of 6,590 last year.