Nov 5, 2019
This week we're joined by Grayline Group's Joseph Kopser. We talk about transportation data, Minneapolis 2040, drones, freight, and more!
Uber and LADOT trade blows - C|NET
NASA wants a major city to have drones by 2028 - C|NET
Sidewalk Labs and Waterfront Toronto move forward - Globe and Mail
Odds and Ends
Oct 31, 2019
This week we're back at the Rail~Volution conference in Vancouver BC for the closing Plenary. GB Arrington moderates a panel with Minneapolis Council President Lisa Bender, Managing Director of the Transformation Alliance Odetta MacLeish White, and President and CEO of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Mac McCarthy....
Oct 8, 2019
This week on the Mondays show I talk about the importance of thinking about access instead of mobility and floating farms. These things go together!
T4 says no new funding - T4America
A freeway LID is feasible in Seattle - The Urbanist
Story of the Week
UPS gets FAA approval for delivery drones - The Hill
Sep 19, 2019
This week we’re joined by Eric Jaffe, Editorial Director at Sidewalk Labs. Eric chats with us about Sidewalk’s Quayside project on Toronto's waterfront. We chat about the potential for innovative ideas, some of the push back they've been getting on data management, and some of the history as well.
For more on The...
Sep 5, 2019
This week on the podcast we're joined by Adie Tomer a fellow at The Brookings Institution and Noah Siegel, Interim Deputy Director at the Portland Bureau of Transportation to talk about their new collaboration on a project called the Economic Value Atlas. The EVA is a new data and mapping tool developed to think...