Wednesday, June 29, 2022

How Cycling Powers People and Economies

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Compact & Electrified Cities Have the Potential to Massively Reduce Emissions

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Why Electric Vehicles are not a Climate Change Silver Bullet

The research is clear: without aggressively tackling rising global temperatures, there will be catastrophic global consequences within the coming decades. This year, reports have...

Buses are Critical to Zero-Emission Mobility in Los Angeles

Los Angeles residents lose over 100 hours each year due to traffic congestion. For decades, freeways and single-family neighborhoods spread outward and parking consumed...

Maximizing Potential by Connecting Micromobility and Transit

The COVID-19 pandemic uncovered many societal cracks – from healthcare, to affordable housing, to accessing essential needs like groceries. During this crisis, we saw...

Highways and Zoning: Tools of Racist Policy

Reflecting after a Black History Month unlike any other 2020 was a pivotal year because of the pandemic, the abysmal federal governmental response, and the...

Interview with MOBILIZE Keynote, Mayor Veliaj of Tirana, Albania

How did you first become interested in the sustainable urban transport field? Before joining politics, I was the leader and founder of a civic organization...

Will E-bikes Make Cycle Highways Happen?

Cycling offers ample benefits to the daily commuter: light exercise, fresh air, and a low stress commute on two wheels. However, people may not...

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When gas prices rise, choice matters

High gas prices put pressure on many Americans’ finances. Unfortunately, the cost of gas depends on a variety of factors, and there’s no silver...

An Antiracist Future For Our Highways

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An Antiracist Future For Our Infrastructure

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The infrastructure law wasn’t perfect, but now it’s reality

Flickr photo by Oregon Department of TransportationFocusing on whether the infrastructure law was “good” or “bad” will fail to shape how its  historic cash...