Bikes Are More Popular Than Ever in New York City, City Officials Say
Build safe infrastructure and people on bikes will come, according to New York City officials.
Roadways for People: The Necessity of Collaboration
Breaking down planning silos to ensure transportation options in a car-oriented world.
Atlanta Street Extension Project Will Benefit Transit Access
Plans to extend 15th Street in Midtown Atlanta are designed to improve access to the Arts Center MARTA station.
‘Idaho Stop’ Now Legal in Colorado
Colorado is the latest state to make it legal for people on bikes to treat stop signs like yield signs when no cars are in the intersection.
Colorado Legislature Approves 'Idaho Stop' Bill
Pending Gov. Polis's signature on a bill approved recently by the Colorado State Legislature, Colorado will become the latest state to allow people on bikes to yield at stop signs.
Research Triangle Region Cuts Back Highway Widening Plans
The Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization accomplished a major shift in transportation planning priorities.
Bus Rapid Transit, Bike Lanes Under Consideration in Alexandria, Virginia
A complete streets makeover is taking shape for Duke Street in Alexandria.
Hundreds of Miles of New Bike Lanes Coming to Pittsburgh
Checking in with the Bike(+) Plan in Pittsburgh.
North Portland in Motion Launches with Goals to Improve Walking, Biking, and Transit
The Portland Bureau of Transportation continues its work of drafting transportation plans targeted to specific geographic corners of the city,
New Bike Lanes Planned for Two New York City Bridges
The de Blasio administration is offering a parting gift to the city's cyclists.
Bike and Pedestrian Improvements Proposed for Seattle Light Rail Stations
Anticipating the opening of two new stations in 2024, the Seattle Department of Transportation released a study prioritizing bike infrastructure in the surrounding areas.
Resources for Safe, Convenient Pedestrian and Bike Infrastructure
Despite the stated goals of state and federal agencies to encourage active modes of transportation, there's still a long way to go to make sure that all cities and communities have safe, convenient sidewalks and bike lanes.
Washington State Active Transportation Plan Draft Released
The Washington State Department of Transportation is undertaking a legally mandated update of its plan for bike and pedestrian infrastructure.
New York City Rolling Out First E-Scooters in the Spring
After years of outright banning them, New York City is finally giving e-scooters a chance to operate on its streets.
Senate Report Proposes Land Use and Transportation Reforms to Get Americans Out of Cars
Progress in combating climate change won't be possible unless Americans drive less. And Americans won't be able to drive less without changes to land use patterns in the United States.
Transit, Bikeshare Integration Planned in Austin
Under a plan scheduled for implementation later this year, a transit pass will mean access to the city's bikeshare system.
Watch Oakland's Slow Streets Program in Action
Oakland offers a model for other streets looking to provide new space for pedestrians and people on bikes to get exercise at a space physical distance.
Milan Commits to a Less Car-Centric New Normal
Milan is making changes to its streets to ensure that the city's residents and employment base don't overwhelm the city with new automobile traffic when the city reopens for business.
Seattle Leads the Nation in Reducing Car Ownership
Seattle has achieved unparalleled success in allowing residents the option to choose not to own a car.
NACTO Releases Updated Guidelines for Shared Micromobility
The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) is providing guidance for cities struggling to reckon with the sudden evolution of transportation modes in urban areas.
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This six-course series explores essential urban design concepts using open source software and equips planners with the tools they need to participate fully in the urban design process.