Posted March 09, 2018 in Articles
When people talk the power of CEOs, they generally mean over their businesses, their workforces, political lobbying, or the economy. It’s time to add traffic to the list.
That’s right: It might sound strange, or unrelated... read more
Posted December 14, 2017 in Articles
Arlington, Va., and Washington D.C. are among the few cities where the number of people biking to work continues to grow, bucking national trends of slight decline.
Though Arlington has tripled its bike commute modeshare since... read more
Posted December 06, 2017 in Articles
Weeks ago, on November 19, activists and mourning families in cities around the U.S gathered in public squares for the World Day of Remembrance for Traffic Victims. There, they heard how many people were injured... read more
Posted November 09, 2017 in Articles
The promise of whiz bang technology—mobile apps, Uber like ride hailing and driverless vehicles—as a boost to public transit systems is the subject of a new study.
As mobile, real-time information scales up, how much technology... read more
Posted October 18, 2017 in Articles
Up to one-quarter of all U.S. drivers might be better off using ride-sharing services instead.
Every day there’s more news about the inevitable arrival of autonomous vehicles. At the same time, more people are using ride-hailing... read more