Why do we see a mismatch in priorities from environmental organizations, when infill housing is the prime climate intervention squarely within the power of local governments?
A new tool can help you advocate for your cities to cultivate the walkable amenities that are missing, as well as create safe routes to reach them.
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That makes Caltrain expansion a relative bargain--plus it won't pollute, cause more road carnage, or induce more traffic jams
UCLA paper describes century-long efforts to quell, redirect, and control the problems that come with congestion - and the very little success achieved
Robert Moses's approach to transportation planning defined American cities for generations. Now, it's time to dismantle that dangerous and racist legacy.