Thu, 25 January 2018
This week we’re joined by Yonah Freemark of the Transport Politic for our annual prediction extravaganza! Find out how last year’s predictions held up and whether you agree with this year’s thoughts on Montreal transit and Bus Rapid Transit in Boston. We also discuss the leaked infrastructure plan from the new administration and talk about our favorite writers focused on urban issues.
Thu, 18 January 2018
This week’s episode features Fehr and Peers Ron Milam and me discussing the differences between the Transportation Research Board conference in Washington DC and the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, both of which took place on the second week in January.
We discuss all the interesting topics that emerged from both conferences including delivery drones, curb management, massive data collection from autonomous vehicles, and the potential uses and rights issues that might arise in the built environment from the use of augmented reality.
Thu, 11 January 2018
This week we're back at NACTO 2017 in Chicago with a series of speakers that did quick presentations on how the work we do as advocates to change minds.
Skye Duncan hosts and starts off with a discussion of the NACTO Global Designing Cities Initiative.
Chris Bruntlett talks about the work he and his family do at Modacity "marketing the lifestyle of cycling".
Ed Solis of The City of San Jose describes Viva Calle, San Jose's Cyclovia.
Kris Carter of the City of Boston talks about the safety competition app "Boston's Safest Driver".
Ankita Chachra discusses the language of design and tools to make change in small ways that empower citizens to demand change.
And finally Ronnie Matthew Harris talks about showing people in his neighborhood alternative ways to plan journeys without the car.