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Barcelona lays out plan to support recovery of mobility after lockdown

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Barcelona City Council has announced its plans to implement temporary infrastructure to support the recovery of mobility once restrictions have been lifted.

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Barcelona lays out plan to support recovery of mobility after lockdown

Barcelona lays out plan to support recovery of mobility after lockdown

Barcelona City Council has announced its plans to implement temporary infrastructure to support the recovery of mobility once restrictions have been lifted.

How Ireland can move ahead of the curve in public transport

How Ireland can move ahead of the curve in public transport

NTA's Barry Dorgan shares the organisation’s plans to overhaul ticketing, and expand and modernise services – all while considering MaaS integration.

How complete streets are making roads friendlier for all commuters

How complete streets are making roads friendlier for all commuters

You may have never heard of complete streets, but they’re changing the way San Antonio accommodates all forms of traffic in an effort to connect communities.

Rethinking Manhattan’s Grid

Rethinking Manhattan’s Grid

Two designers propose a radical rethinking of the grid that puts pedestrians first.

Philadelphia Mayor Makes Big Bike and Transit Promises. Advocates Have Doubts.

Philadelphia Mayor Makes Big Bike and Transit Promises. Advocates Have Doubts.

The City of Brotherly Love is one of America’s most autocentric cities — so can Jim Kenney fix it?

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The Institute of Transportation Engineers would like to thank the following four individuals for serving as the primary authors of this document: Meghan F. Mitman, Fehr & Peers, Walnut ...

Three planning principles for better transportation projects

Three planning principles for better transportation projects

Washington, DC’s Southwest and Capitol Riverfront neighborhoods are changing. According to Michael Stevens of the Capitol Riverfront BID, this area of DC is rapidly developing into a sort ...

Lake Road: Back to First Principles (Feedback closes Sunday 26 April)

Lake Road: Back to First Principles (Feedback closes Sunday 26 April)

Auckland Transport is consulting on plans to improve traffic on Lake Road, Esmonde Road and Bayswater Ave, and feedback closes on Sunday 26 April. We’d have loved to get this blog post out ...

New York City to 'break car culture' and build more than 250 new bike lanes

New York City to 'break car culture' and build more than 250 new bike lanes

City council passed legislation to invest $1.7bn in road infrastructure over 10 years in move to improve safety

Alexandria wants to make Seminary Road safer for all travelers. Some residents aren’t happy.

Alexandria wants to make Seminary Road safer for all travelers. Some residents aren’t happy.

Seminary Road, an important artery in the City of Alexandria, is often congested and is especially dangerous for people bicycling and walking. The city has a plan to fix a 0.9-mile section ...

CYCLE OF RAGE: Hey, Sixth Precinct — Cyclists Need Protection, Not Intimidation

CYCLE OF RAGE: Hey, Sixth Precinct — Cyclists Need Protection, Not Intimidation

A nasty tweet reads like a declaration of war by the Sixth Precinct against city cyclists. Our editor calls out West Village cops — and their commanding officer Robert O’Hare — for having ...

Webinar recap: “Innovation in Complete Streets Infrastructure”

Webinar recap: “Innovation in Complete Streets Infrastructure”

This September, we hosted “Innovation in Complete Streets Infrastructure” the tenth installment in our monthly webinar series Implementation & Equity 201: The Path Forward to Complete ...

5 Challenges and Solutions to Building Bike-Friendly Cities in Turkey

5 Challenges and Solutions to Building Bike-Friendly Cities in Turkey

The diverse economic, social and physical benefits of bicycling are no secret, yet many cities are hesitant to better accommodate growing numbers of bicycles on their streets. In October, ...

Fortaleza’s Progress Shows that Change is Still Possible in Brazil

Fortaleza’s Progress Shows that Change is Still Possible in Brazil

Fortaleza has shown the impact that small, low-cost interventions can have on quality of life. Pedestrian improvements such as this raised crosswalk massively improve pedestrian safety and ...

L Train Slowdown, Congestion Pricing Create Bold Vision for Chelsea—If Electeds Will Have It

L Train Slowdown, Congestion Pricing Create Bold Vision for Chelsea—If Electeds Will Have It

Beyond benefits for the neighborhood as it exists today, congestion pricing also offers the opportunity to reevaluate street design for lower traffic volume requirements. Asked whether CB4 ...

Nadeau Co-Introduces Vision Zero Omnibus

Nadeau Co-Introduces Vision Zero Omnibus

At the May 7th, 2019 Legislative Meeting, the Vision Zero Enhancement Omnibus Amendment Act of 2019 was introduced. The bill, among other things, does the following:

MOBILIZE Fortaleza 2019

MOBILIZE Fortaleza 2019

Join us in Santiago, June 28-30, 2017 Centro de Extensión Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile Alameda 390 Santiago, Chile Registration opens January 2017   MOBILIZE is the annual ...

How Lyft is changing itself from a driving company to a transportation company

How Lyft is changing itself from a driving company to a transportation company

It’s starting to provide transit and bike alternatives in its app.