Feb 14, 2019
This week we're joined by Jonny Simkin, Co-Founder and CEO of Swiftly. Jonny talks about what his company does to crunch data at transit agencies and the impacts they've had on transit agencies outlook on service. He also chats about potential futures for mobility as a service and data privacy.
Feb 12, 2019
This week Chrissy Mancini Nichols and I talk about infrastructure embarrassment, good congestion/bad congestion, and the green new deal.
Tourism sites charging entry fees soon - Washington Post
New York seeks designers for odd lots - Curbed
The Green New Deal's flaw - Slate
Bolivian Lithium -
Feb 7, 2019
This week we are joined by Sean Northup, Deputy Director of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization. Sean chats about the Indianapolis Red Line, the first of three BRT routes that will crisscross the region. Those lines and other transit improvements are being funded in part by local, dedicated funding which...
Feb 5, 2019
This week we have a full house! Chrissy and Anna join the show to talk about the news from the week in cities.
Read our original article brought to you by moovel and written by Nate Berg - The Transportation Data Tug of War
World cities sprawling too much too fast - The City Fix
Young mom dies after falling down...
Jan 31, 2019
This week we are at the Brooklyn Podcast festival talking with Ryan Westrom of Greenfield Labs and Ford Smart Mobility. Ryan chats about his report Design Principals for Living Streets and the history of parking. Audience members are asked to give us their favorite streets and I throw in a little Marie Kondo for...