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Op-Ed: Some Thoughts on Improving the Public Right of WayBy Stephen Svete and John Mulry |
Public streets, sidewalks, and parkways – or rights-of-way (ROWs) – commonly comprise about a quarter of urbanized areas. When combined with surface and structured parking lots for cars, including driveways and garages in low-density neighborhoods, the amount of land set aside for cars is enormous. This land is a huge resource, and small changes could […]
Sponsored Post : Seven Reasons to Embrace Open-Loop Ticketing NowBy Enghouse Transportation |
Open-Loop Ticketing Systems have been slower in getting established in the U.S. compared to Europe, but new bankcard technologies and rising consumer expectations have been quickly changing that. Covid-19 health concerns have added urgency to the need to quickly find and adopt contactless and flexible payment systems.
Eyes on the Street: Anti-Street-Racing Treatment at Polk and Glenoaks in SylmarBy Joe Linton |
L.A. City Councilmember shepherded this centerline hardening pilot treatment as a response to the rampant illegal street racing
Alhambra Planning to Reconfigure its 710 Freeway StubBy Chris Greenspon |
The city presented a batch of ideas that increase capacity and use of the 10 Freeway, but also includes some protected active transportation facilities
A Little Parklet UpdateBy Roger Rudick |
A little bit about Oakland and San Francisco's parklets/shared spaces programs
Talking Headways Podcast: The Annual Prediction Show with Yonah Freemark!By Jeff Wood |
This week, Yonah Freemark of the Urban Institute is back for our annual Prediction Show. This year, we chat about our predictions from last year and next year of course, but also regional rail in France, interesting transportation projects around the world, and the high cost and management of big transit projects.