Podcast: Is the Electric Car a ‘Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing’?By Streetsblog | | No Comments
On today's episode of The Brake, we sit down with the co-author of a new paper, "Exposing the Structural Violence of Private Electric Automobility," to talk about why the EV debate is so polarizing.
How to Reframe the Narrative About Car DependencyBy Streetsblog | | No Comments
On today's episode of The Brake, host Kea Wilson brings you an extended interview with Grant Ennis, author of Dark PR: How Corporate Disinformation Harms Our Health and the Environment. Listen now.
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Roadside Noise CamerasBy Streetsblog | | No Comments
Across America, a shocking number of drivers are illegally hacking their cars to be as loud as possible — and evidence is mounting that the phenomenon has a huge impact on public health. But what can cities do about it?
Can Athletes Solve Urbanism’s PR Problem? Soccer Star Tesho Akindele Thinks SoBy Streetsblog | | No Comments
If the typical professional athlete talks about transportation at all, it's usually in the context of a mulit-million SUV commercial. Soccer star Tesho Akindele, though, isn't the typical athlete — and as he transitions out of his career on the field, he wants to make a full-time job out of building walkable, bikeable, equitable cities.