In most U.S. metros, renters and buyers alike pay a steep premium to live in walkable neighborhoods, a new report finds — except for a small handful of U.S. cities where they actually cost less than car-dominated ones.
The city's half-assed plan starts construction this week
LADOT's Anaheim Street safety project includes new road diet bike lanes, repaved street, painted curb extensions, upgraded crosswalks, and more.
For the past century, the public and private sector appear to have agreed on one thing: the more parking, the better. But we see signs that that’s finally starting to change.
The city will upgrade 23 intersections near schools with re-striping, new signage, and lights.
A new federal "megagrant" program will fund major safety and transit projects that have been at the top of sustainable transportation advocates' wishlists for years ... along with business-as-usual highway expansion projects that could negate those mega-gains.