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.
Bicyclists need a safe route through the heart of Manhattan. Add your name!
Get local and change your streets. Here’s how to get involved where you live.
A critical safety law is under attack. The Right of Way Law protects you in the