Thursday, May 30, 2024

Don’t curb your e-thusiasm

Electric vehicle charging at the curb presents unique challenges to meet equity, accessibility, and eligibility for federal programs. An electric vehicle fast-charging point in Hyderabad,...

Charging up EVs: Bridging the apartment gap

With the electric vehicle transition, access to transportation options like transit, walking and biking needs to come first. But—for smart growth and equity—equitable access...

Reforming Off-Street Parking is the Key to Fewer Emissions and More Livable Cities

In ITDP’s Breaking the Code: Off-Street Parking Reform report, we take a closer look at these considerations and the outcomes of reforms by diving...

How Beijing is Rethinking Parking and Reclaiming Public Space

Due to rapid motorization and a lack of parking management policy, Beijing’s sidewalks, setbacks, bicycle lanes, and streets have been gradually taken over by...

Equitable Streets Start with Parking Reform

In the past months, two hurricanes, Henri and Ida, devastated the South and Northeast regions of the United States, while forest fires raged in...

Taking Back the Curb, One Restaurant at a Time

While glimmers of hope about an impending vaccine glimmer in the future, the coronavirus still rages on. The toll the pandemic has taken on...

BART expands carpool parking program

BART has expanded its guaranteed parking program for customers who carpool with the Scoop mobile app. The post BART expands carpool parking program appeared first...

Counting scofflaws in bus and bike lanes

A NYC computer programmer developed an algorithm to document the number of vehicles blocking bus and bike lanes on a city block. The post Counting...

Philadelphia looks to SEPTA bus cameras for parking enforcement

The Philadelphia Parking Authority wants to use the cameras on SEPTA buses for parking enforcement. The post Philadelphia looks to SEPTA bus cameras for...

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Are We Falling Short On Our Global Road Safety Goals?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), global road deaths average over 3,200 per day, with road traffic crashes remaining the leading killer of...

What happened to U.S. passenger rail?

Almost a century ago, the railroads were the economic engine of the country, spurring the transportation of both goods and people over long distances....

Does your community have too much parking? Here’s how to find out.

Many communities are either “overparked” (meaning they have too much parking) or are inefficiently allocating their existing parking resources. By understanding how communities’ parking...

Rays of hope: National City, CA’s Community Connectors story

After many decades of being divided by highways, community members in National City, CA are building capacity to reconnect their community in a project...