Opinion: Why We Should Stop Using the Word ‘Micromobility’
"SUVs, pick-up trucks, and passenger cars should not be the benchmark by which we judge the size of other forms of transit, and the term ‘micromobility’ encourages us to believe that they are."
How Auto-Centric Infrastructure Is Making Us Sick
Instead of endless promises to fix America's "crumbling roads and bridges," filmmaker Andy Boenau argues we need to talk about our crumbling minds and bodies — and how our autocentric infrastructure approach contributes to them.
The 15 Best Arguments for Bike Boosters: Part Three
People for Bikes recently developed a a 15-point fact sheet to help counteract misconceptions that often arise when advocating for change, as well as to promote strategies we know work. Here's the third installment.
How to Train an Army of Sustainable Transportation Advocates
Today, we're sitting down with Carter Lavin, a Bay Area activist who's made it his mission to give people the skills, vision, and capacity to campaign for better sustainable transportation policies in their town.