In spring 2017, Stephen wrote for Streetsblog USA, covering the livable streets movement and transportation policy developments around the nation.
From August 2012 to October 2015, he was a reporter for Streetsblog NYC, covering livable streets and transportation issues in the city and the region. After joining Streetsblog, he covered the tail end of the Bloomberg administration and the launch of Citi Bike. Since then, he covered mayoral elections, the de Blasio administration’s ongoing Vision Zero campaign, and New York City’s ever-evolving street safety and livable streets movements.
The “Outer Beltway” Is DC’s Zombie Highway Project That Won’t Stay Dead
August 7, 2017
This “War on Cars” Video Will Defend America From Transit-Riding Infidels
August 4, 2017
Self-Driving Cars Should Accommodate People, Not the Other Way Around
July 25, 2017
Honolulu City Council Wants Tighter Distraction Rules for Pedestrians Than for Drivers
July 18, 2017
What’s Keeping People From Using Bike-Share? New Study Breaks It Down by Race and Income
July 5, 2017
Oregon’s Pay-Per-Mile Driving Fees: Ready for Prime Time, But Waiting for Approval
June 26, 2017