Race and Place: Who Do We Plan For?

November 30, 2020

Most planners have an aspiration toward placemaking: we dream of quaint public squares where residents can walk to local businesses as streetcars hum past tree-lined sidewalks. We dream of the “15 Minute City”, of cheerful connected places where...

Doing More with Less: Art or Science?

November 23, 2020

During the last week of October I attended the Rail~Volution transit conference. While the sessions were timely, insightful and thought-provoking, I couldn’t help but notice the eight-ton elephant in the room: COVID-19. Even when we don’t talk...

The Time for a Mobility Revolution is Now

October 13, 2020

 

Meeting of The Minds Webinar: Responding to COVID-19

June 19, 2020

This content was originally published on MeetingoftheMinds.org. 

Transit is Evolving

May 05, 2020

Transit is evolving. Ever since the first time someone said “maybe there’s a better way than just relying on my own two feet," humankind has sought to move faster, farther, and more efficiently. Fast-forward to 2020 and transit is still evolving....

On Leadership During COVID-19

April 08, 2020

As is often the case in a calamity, the reason for the calamity and the barrier to success has not been a technical one, but instead one of leadership. While we watch some communities and leaders in our nation and world come together to fight...

Brave New World: A CoMotion LA Recap

December 11, 2019

CoMotion Los Angeles was billed as “The Global Laboratory of Future Mobility.” This lofty, aspirational idea turned out to be more than just a toothless marketing tagline, as the organizers of CoMotion and the city of Los Angeles are both putting...

Supply Begets Demand…

September 09, 2019

In my first job after college, I walked to work every day. At that time, I worked at the UNC General Alumni Association, in the heart of the Carolina campus, considered by many to be one of the most beautiful college campuses in the world. 

How Bikes Became One of the Best Things to Happen to Feminism

August 26, 2019

Today we celebrate the ratification of the 19th amendment to the United States’ constitution giving women the right to vote. While voting is arguably one of the greatest equalizers in our nation, women’s mobility — bicycles specifically —...

Creating Vibrant Cities: Going Above and Beyond Traditional Transportation

August 19, 2019

Last week several members of the TransLoc team traveled to New York City for the 2019 ACT International Conference. This year’s conference brought together over 650 professionals from across the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and...

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