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
Strong Towns Podcast (Jason Slaughter: The Goal Isn't to Build a Cycling City)
How ‘Steel Grandpa’ Gustaf Håkansson Pirated Sweden’s Toughest Bike Race
E-bikes get up to speed in popularity, providing a workout easier on the heart


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
5 Reasons Why Walking Your City (Most Likely) Sucks
How Cities Should Analyze Crashes That Kill Peds
Should SUVs Get a Pedestrian Warning Label?
Anywhere Can Be Somewhere (and Other Walking Lessons)
The Most Dangerous Roads in America for Walkers
Crossing the Street is Like Dodging Bullets
Three Questions to Ask While Walking Your City
Reimagining Walking Distance

Micromobility

What If Drivers Had to Follow Scooter Laws?
Mobility leaders assess 5 years of e-scooters, and draw insights from the Chicago pilots
Survey Says: E-Scooters Are Great for Riders’ Mental Health

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
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.
Where COVID's Car-Free Streets Boosted Business
Low-Speed Zones Save Lives. How Do You Design an Effective One?
Paris Will Ban Through Traffic in City Center
Talking with Toks Omishakin, Director of the California Department of Transportation, about integrating equity and Safe Systems
Reinforce the Main Street Ecosystem in Your Place
When Schools Meet Streets, Good Things Happen
Study: Complete Streets Lead to Better Crash Coverage
What does the city of the future look like? Oakland
The Car Crashes That Go Undetected
The Key to Slowing Traffic is Street Design, Not Speed Limits
How to Pick Your Next Bike Lane Battle
Designing Streets with the Human Mind in Mind
It Ain't Easy Being Seen
How Do You Actually Fix a Stroad?

Policy

It’s Time for California to Decriminalize Jaywalking
Why Regulators Aren’t Taming the U.S. Megacar Crisis
D.C.'s New Vision Zero Law Could Be a Boon for Bike Lanes
The Rules That Made U.S. Roads So Deadly
Racial Inequity in Traffic Enforcement
D.C. ‘Walk to School’ Crash Underscores Need For New Urgency on Vision Zero
Traffic fatalities across the US rose in 2020 but not in Fremont. What did the city do differently?
“Biking Where Black” study shows relationship between lack of bike lanes, heavy ticketing
America’s car crash epidemic
U.S. Traffic Deaths Continued to Spike in 2021
US DOT Promises National Safe Systems Approach After Historic Death Surge
A turning point for America’s deadly roads?
Four Ways ‘Automobility’ Shapes Our Lives — Besides Crashes and Climate
STUDY: Better Bike Policy Could Prevent 15K U.S. Deaths Every Year — And Not Just in Crashes
The Deadly Myth That Human Error Causes Most Car Crashes
Infrastructure Law Could Advance Health Equity
Putting the Pieces Together: Addressing the Role of Behavioral Safety in the Safe System Approach
To cut traffic deaths, safety groups call for an approach that factors in human error