See how cities like Boulder are reshaping curbsides into multifunctional spaces to enhance safety, sustainability, and community vibrancy.
Going beyond VMT is essential to reduce carbon emissions in transportation. Discover some valuable insights from two California communities as they adopt a broader strategy.
Learn how the once-touted largest single surface parking lot, now known as SDSU Mission Valley, is being reimagined. The new design is all about reducing the need for cars, improving mobility, and creating a vibrant, walkable, and bikeable environment for the local community to enjoy.
Discover how one city is redesigning their streets to make experiencing destinations safer and more enjoyable, and how their process and design typology can be adapted to streets across the US.
Explore how four communities shifted their plans’ focus from a more traditional emphasis on vehicle capacity and roadway expansion to planning systems oriented around people.
In part two of a series on evolving traffic validation, we examined StreetLight as a potential source for larger samplings of turning movement volume estimates to overcome the limitations of using one- or two-day counts.