Aug 15, 2019
This week we're joined by Camron Gorguinpour, Global Senior Manager for Electric Vehicles at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. We talk about Shenzhen's 16,000 electric buses and what world cities can learn positive and negative from their implementation. We talk about infrastructure needs for electric bus...
Aug 8, 2019
This week we are joined By Andrew Owen, Director of the Accessibility Observatory at the University of Minnesota. Andrew chats with us about how to measure accessibility and their work on mapping access to jobs by transit and bikes.
Access is a way to measure how easy it is to get places – often jobs – in how much...
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
Aug 1, 2019
This week we're joined by Fred Dock, the former Transportation Director for the City of Pasadena California. Fred talks about his work over the past 30 years, Pasadena's move to measuring VMT and other metrics over level of service, innovation in smaller cities and more!
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