How traffic engineers predict the future, with Adam Millard-Ball

Adam Millard-Ball is an assistant professor at the University of California in Santa Cruz. Before that, Adam worked as a transportation planner. So naturally, one of his focus areas of academic research is […]

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Fixing our mean streets, with Tanya Snyder [Streetsblog USA]

  Streetsblog is on a mission to improve infrastructure for people who walk, ride a bike, or hop on a bus. Streetsblog USA covers federal transportation and land use policy, […]

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Designing community streets for people [NPR broadcast]

Peter Norton was a guest host for WMAR’s Virginia Insights, a regular NPR show. (You may remember hearing Peter interviewed by me in this episode.) Peter invited Fionnula Quinn and me […]

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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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Why classifying (categorizing) streets is so important, with Peter Norton

Earlier this year, I teamed up with Peter Norton to give a webinar about the function and design of streets in urban areas. It was sponsored by American Planning Association, […]

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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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