Topic: Environment

ArticleAugust 2023

The Goldilocks principle of curb parking prices

ArticleAugust 2023

Two-way streets are good for the city; engineers say they are bad for drivers. But are they?
A row of docked electric bikes

ArticleJune 2022

E-bikes can be a good alternative to driving: Bikeshare can make more people aware of them.
Traffic on the 405 Freeway in Los Angeles, after an expansion project

Longer ViewJune 2022

Induced demand is commonly misunderstood, and planners need to help.
A close-up of a hand filling up their car's gas tank

ArticleJune 2022

The negative effects of driving are concentrated geographically. The taxes should be too.
A view of a rooftop office parking lot full of cars

OpinionJune 2022

22 words that could change the American commute.

ArticleDecember 2021

Heavy users of Uber and Lyft could be convinced to pool more. That's a good thing.

Longer ViewSpring 2021

New transportation systems must emphasize agility and flexibility, because today’s impossibilities may be tomorrow’s reality
Transportation planners have finally found ways to collaborate with environmentalists
The rise of pooling has reshaped how we get around — and who we travel with
Regulations meant to mitigate the harms of diesel trucking have unintended consequences
The choice between congestion pricing fairness and efficiency is a false one
Climate change exposes coastal cities to more damaging flood events, especially on roadways