A publication of transportation research from the Pacific Southwest Region UTC
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This issue of Transfers revolves around driving. In a sense, that’s appropriate.
Selected articles from our blog
People who live in dense, walkable, transit-rich neighborhoods tend to drive less. Why is that?
Induced demand happens when we expand the capacity of transportation systems. People respond to the added capacity by using it more.
E-bikes could be an excellent alternative to driving cars for many people, and they are more accessible for some than traditional bicycles. But not everyone considers them as an option.