Aug 6, 2019
Tracy McMillan joins this week to talk about Burning Man, 3D sidewalks, telecommuting, and whether GPS affects our brains.
Mass telecommuting tax break - Curbed Boston
Feds could help remove freeways - D Magazine
Lessons from Burning Man - Governing
Odds and Ends
Wuppertal hanging rail is back - Guardian
Jul 30, 2019
This week Anna Muessig returns and we're joined by Laura Bliss of CityLab.
Laura's CityLab News
NIMBYs vs YIMBYs - CityLab
Should EVs pay per mile? - CityLab
CA bypasses fuel standards - Route Fifty
Madrid keeps central car ban - CityLab
Neighborways built to connect slow transport - Indianapolis Star
Jul 25, 2019
This week we’re joined by Monica Holmes, Placemaking Manager for the City of Charlotte and the project manager for the rewrite of the TOD zoning ordinance. Monica talks about why the transit oriented development part of the zoning ordinance was the first part of the code rewrite as well as all of the details about...
Jul 23, 2019
This week we are going solo. We talk about using cars for housing, childless cities, and federal transportation funding.
Where have all the children gone? - The Atlantic
SF to open homeless navigation center for car dwellers - Hoodline
Affordable housing in RVs - Yes! Magazine
The Vanlord of Santa Monica -
Jul 18, 2019
This week we are joined By Bowinn Ma, Member of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly for North Vancouver-Lonsdale BC. Bowinn talks about creating better transportation options for her constituents, new transportation technologies, and the importance of political engagement.