Convincing politicians to do the right thing, with Kevin Posey

  If you keep quiet, they’ll assume you agree. Kevin Posey is an advocate for sustainable transportation policy. He lives in Alexandria, VA (just outside Washington, DC). It’s a city […]

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Spread of protected bike lanes, with Michael Andersen

Not everyone is a bicycling news junkie. But if you’ve read about bike infrastructure projects in the last year, you’ve probably read articles by Michael Andersen. He’s on staff with […]

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You should care enough about public safety to promote roundabouts

Consider this: during the 10-year period from 2001 to 2010, over 400,000 people were killed in vehicle crashes in the United States. 400,000 people. That’s an average of 110 deaths […]

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Driver psychology and shared spaces in small towns, with Ben Hamilton-Baillie

Source: Hamilton-Baillie Associates If you’re new to the show, this episode is a continuation of last week’s show. Click here to catch up on “shared space” and “livable streets”.   […]

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Shared space and livable streets, with Ben Hamilton-Baillie

Ben Hamilton-Baillie is an urban designer from the United Kingdom. He was trained as an architect, but has become known as a provocative voice in the world of traffic management […]

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Intersection of transport technology and communication, with Andy Palanisamy

Andy Palanisamy is the Transportgooru. If you follow popular transportation blogs or RSS feeds, you’ve probably seen his name. He is an engineer by education and training, but he finds […]

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