A Lot of Change is Incremental

April 28, 2021

Implementing regional policy changes doesn’t happen overnight. Chrissy Mancini Nichols shares the little steps she took over a number of years to make major changes to how Chicago funds transportation.

How Can We Do it Better?

April 21, 2021

Jameson Auten, Deputy CEO and Chief Operating Officer of the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, understands that innovation is a trial and error process, and that things will get messier before they get better, but keeping your eye on the...

Necessary, But Not Sufficient

April 14, 2021
Oonee’s Shabazz Stuart celebrates how cities are prioritizing safe, protected bike lanes in their communities, but, as he’s found out several times, if bike infrastructure stops at the street, bike riders may not have a bike when they return from...

Every Local Community is Unique

April 07, 2021

Director of Transportation for the city of Somerville, Massachusetts Brad Rawson shares what makes Somerville so unique and how they are centering equity in their work by using science and data to remedy systemic injustices in transportation.

Our Love of Infrastructure

March 31, 2021

Across hundreds of guests and topics, Jeff Wood of The Overhead Wire and the Talking Headways Podcast has learned some fundamental lessons about infrastructure, access, and the nuance necessary to have a productive conversation about a complex...

Democracy Runs on Coalitions

March 24, 2021

Move LA founder Denny Zane was instrumental in getting transit funding measures passed in Los Angeles County. He shares the importance of seeing opportunities in otherwise disappointing turnouts to make improvements and try again.

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