Articles

Biking

What to Do if You're Hit by a Car
This Young Cyclist Rode His Bike to School Every Day for 1,000 Days
Getting back on the bike? Watch these five videos
Riding a bike makes good sense in the Coronavirus Era.
The Right-Hand Rule for Passing a Bike
LeBron James Is the New Hero of Bike Shares
More People Are Biking These Days — So Why Are Kids Riding Less?
Why You Should Care That Fewer Kids Are Riding Bikes
How to Bike on a Stroad
A "Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper" Protected Bike Lane in Austin
Here's how Colorado's free e-bike program fits into its plan to slow climate change
She Wants You to Know That Riding an E-Bike Isn’t the End of Your Cycling Career


Walking

Going for Daily Walks? Use Them as an Opportunity to Learn about Your Neighborhood.
Managing the Uncertainty of the COVID-19 Outbreak through Walking
Dealing with the pandemic one step at a time: Practice walking as self-care
Why I'm Not a Pedestrian
Walking is Making a Major Comeback
To Rethink the School Run, Get Rid of the Cars

Infrastructure Design

Fourteen million Britons ready to get on their bikes
Can We Kick the Car Habit?
A Return to Democratic Space
Now Is the Time to End Traffic Fatalities. Here's a Simple Plan to Do It.
Most "Pedestrian Infrastructure" Is Really Car Infrastructure
Creating a New Space for Ideas on the Public Realm and the Role of Placemaking in Civic Life
D.C.'s New Vision Zero Law Could Be a Boon for Bike Lanes
The Rules That Made U.S. Roads So Deadly
The Subtle Relationship Between Traffic Deaths and Congestion
Do Traffic Fines Make Streets Safer - And At What Cost?
We Know How to Prevent Traffic Deaths. Our Goal Should Be Zero.