De-carbonizing transportation is been the hardest nut to crack. But crack it we must.
Want a better bus system? Put someone in charge who doesn’t own a car.
Question the assumption that private automobiles are our best or only option.
A rail solution that takes advantage of what already exists and builds on it incrementally.
Yes, we need to claim more space for bicycles on public rights-of-way, but we must also help riders build the confidence, knowledge and skill that can reduce stress and improve safety
“Although I believed I could probably drive with one arm, one leg and one eye, the danger was becoming apparent.”
It takes more than a good app to get a group of tech-savvy millenials to take the bus.
For Charlie Hewblen and others who find the cost of car ownership prohibitive, cycling can be the most cost effective way to get around. He pedals to work every day, rain or shine. More protected space on the road would make his journey safer.
The shift from driving alone to walking and biking has been frustratingly slow, but we are making progress with new initiatives and allies in the health sector.