Nov 21, 2019
This week we're joined by Antonoia Malchik to talk about her book A Walking Life. Antonia talks about the speed and shallow organizing brought to us by social media, the experience of making a pilgrimage on foot, the importance of walking and nature in human well being, and what a Hollywood Sidewalk might be.
Nov 12, 2019
This week I'm on solo talking about the NTSB and Helmets, walkability and the economic ladder, and affordable housing's impact on bond ratings and health care.
NTSB gaga over helmets - Streetsblog NYC
Children in walkable communities have leg up - UVA Today
Housing's effects on health care costs - Bloomberg
Oct 22, 2019
This week we're joined by Laramie Bowron to talk about transit only lanes, parking levys, and housing oligopolies.
Gov Newsom vetoes complete streets bill - Cal Bike
A new transit caucus - WBEZ
Oligopolies hold back affordable housing - Washington Post
Odds and Ends
Cars banned from Market Street - Curbed...
Oct 3, 2019
This week we’re joined by Beth Osborne of T4 America and Chris McCahill of the State Smart Transportation Initiative. We talk about how states like Virginia and Hawaii are using data on access to score and prioritize transportation projects for funding. Beth and Chris also talk about how easy it can be to get the...
Sep 24, 2019
This week Laramie Bowron joins the show to talk about climate change, transit ridership and potential transit related Halloween costumes.
Report shows how cities can cut emissions - National Geographic
CA Allows for Statewide ADUs -