The New York City Streets Renaissance Campaign
Next month, workers will start transforming part of New York's iconic Broadway from a congested thoroughfare for cars into a stretch of bike lanes, promenades and plazas, with motor vehicles completel
Yesterday marked an important day for livable streets in San Francisco.
"Pedaling Revolution: How Cyclists Are Changing American Cities," by Portland, Oregon-based reporter an
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Last year was the first time New Yorkers finally got a glimpse of what 21st-century streets look like.
At the dawn of a revolution in transportation planning policy, there stands an influential engine that has bridged the divide between advocacy and government to converge towards a common goal.
By now you have probably heard the buzz about New York City's Department of Transportation Commissioner, Janette Sadik-Khan-- a "guerilla bureaucrat" who is consistently credited with redefining the "
Transportation Alternatives announced three winners today in their "Designing the 21st Century Street," competition, which sought new visions for the heavily-trafficked intersection of 4th Avenue and
A "complete street" is one that "safely accommodate pedestrians, bicyclists, transit, trucks and cars," says Transportation Alternatives, and we don't have many of them.
Advocates' 36 year campaign to make New York City’s greatest parks car-free.
We’re fighting to put a bike and pedestrian path on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge
The survivors of crashes and New Yorkers who lost loved ones in traffic fight fo