A curated collection of articles for urbanists, featuring 5 of the best posts on urbanism from the past week.
This video by Oikofugic Productions features interviews with cyclists about their bike commute in New York City and the impact of bike lanes.
The City of Vancouver wants resident’s help in projecting change through the city’s new transportation plan that will span until 2040.
Marchetti’s Constant is a term for the average amount of time spent travelling each day, which is approximately one and a half hours.
Teresa Stickler, owner of Melrose Pharmacy, was Chairperson of Phoenix’s Ad Hoc Task Force on Reverse Lanes. Now that the report has been presented, she is able to speak freely.
The following is a letter by Vice-Mayor and district 7 Councilman, Michael Nowakowski, written after yesterday’s City council recommendation to maintain the reverse lanes with minor changes.
Here are five of the more interesting posts I’ve read this week.
Somewhat ironically—given our current dependance on the car to ‘commute’ to work—the term originated during the early days of rail transit.