active transport

According to my analysis, bicycling is the most cost-effective travel mode for many trips; that is, its total costs, including vehicle and fuel (yum!) expenses, road and parking facility costs, health impacts (accident risk offset by physical fitness benefits), and environmental damages are lower Blog Post
Oct 12, 2015   By Todd Litman
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Here in Vancouver, we have a pretty enlightened perspective on streets, at least by North American standards. Blog Post
Jun 17, 2014   By Brent Toderian
At a book launch party I had the pleasure of attending this past weekend, our host, Simon Fraser University City Program Director Gordon Price, began the evening by asking each member of the crowd to state an urban design decision that “they loved.” It was a fun and provocative question for a gro Blog Post
Feb 25, 2013   By Brent Toderian
A study conducted by the Department of Housing and Urban Development in the 1990s found that living in poor neighborhoods can actually hurt your health.
Nov 19, 2011