Friday Funny: How Much Parking Does That Parking Spot Need?
The Onion takes parking requirements to their logical conclusion.
Friday Funny: Chicago Transit Has Imposter Syndrome
The Onion posits that the CTA’s failures stem from a debilitating fear of having riders rely on them.
Friday Funny: Crossing the Street? Good Luck!
The Onion says the quiet part out loud to illustrate the real philosophy behind many road safety strategies.
Friday Funny: The Onion Blasts U.S. for Slow Trains
The satirical news site The Onion has imagined a world where China and the United States are competing over which country can operate the slowest, least dependable train systems.
Friday Funny: The Onion Satirizes the Federal Government’s Electric Car Fetish
The totally satirical, not-at-all-real website The Onion is back with another planning-related fake news take.
Friday Funny? Cartoon Lampoons the Growing Size of Trucks and SUVs
The Nib takes on the latest trend in car culture: massive vehicles.
Friday Funny: The Onion Skewers Elon Musk (Again)
Elon Musk, a favorite target of satirists and urbanists alike, is once again the subject of The Onion's withering pen.
The Onion: SUV Drivers Buy Into 'Them Versus Us' Mentality at All Costs
The headline of the latest foray of The Onion into the tragic world of traffic safety: "Conscientious SUV Shopper Just Wants Something That Will Kill Family In Other Car In Case Of Accident".
The Onion Has a Blistering Take on Congress' Idea of a Social Safety Net
The latest foray by The Onion into the world of planning satirizes the American tendency to prioritize highway spending over housing and the homeless.
Friday Funny: An Adorable Housing Shortage in Cupcake Kingdom
A satirical article from last year, written by the Onion, offers a bit of satire as either a distraction from the public health crisis or as a reminder of the crisis that existed before the novel coronavirus.
Sunday Funny: The Onion Calls Out the Auto Industry for its Massive SUVs
This is satire for anyone who has noticed, with fear for the planet and pedestrians, the growing size of pickup trucks and sports utility vehicles manufactured and sold in the United States
Saturday Satire: The Accessibility Meeting Is Located Down Three Flights of Stairs
A satirical piece published by McSweeney's calls attention to the remaining work to done in building a truly accessible built environment.
Friday Funny: Who's Neglecting Transit Payments Now?
Satirical news website The Onion turns up the heat on New York politicians, this time flipping the tables of the fare evasion debate.
Satirizing Mayors Who Campaign for President During a Flood
The Onion took some shots at presidential hopeful and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio after summer rain showers flooded streets and sent water cascading into the city's subway system.
Friday Funny: Scathing Satire of Anti-Development Rants at Public Hearings
A new satirical essay for McSweeney's provides a template for NIMBY opposition to planning and development, and does not pull any punches in the process.
Friday Funny: The Onion Gets Weird With Climate Politics
We really didn't see this one coming.
Friday Funny: The Self-Driving Car That Stole All of Tesla's Money
Satirists at The Onion wrote a totally fake, but also very funny, article about a self-driving car.
Friday Funny: The Onion Considers the Pros and Cons of Congestion Pricing
The satirical news website The Onion must have seen the big news out of New York this week.
Friday Funny: Pity the Fool Who Doesn't Yield to a Law-Abiding Pedestrian
A satirical article published by The Onion tells a familiar tale.
Friday Funny: The Onion Brings Climate Change Close to Home
The Onion's satirical news skills are put to use in canvassing public opinion about climate change.
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