SOURCE: Blooberg CityLab
Land use planners in unlikely places-the Texas suburbs--are revisiting the idea of gridded street plans as solutions for car dependence and traffic.
SOURCE: Bloomberg CityLab
Long before the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 mandated curb cuts at all street corners, 30 years ago this summer, disabled people had pointed to the design of the street as a key locus of their political rights — the sidewalk that stands for being in public space, and therefore in the public sphere.
SOURCE: The Metropole
by Genevieve Carpio
History should challenge us to think about transportation not only in terms of moving people, but of distributing the costs and benefits of mobility equitably.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Mary Angelica Painter
History tells us that ignoring these grievances could lead to catastrophic consequences.
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