“Where are all of the cars?” asks Paul Adkins as we pedal down a quiet tree-lined street in Eugene, Oregon on a sunny May afternoon.
Adkins is leading a three-mile Kidical Mass bicycle ride. Read more »
Bike-sharing programs have received increasing attention in recent years with initiatives to increase bike usage, better meet the demand of a more mobile public, and lessen the environmental impacts of our transportation activities. Read more »
I moved to Southwest Florida right out of graduate school, a freshly minted urban planner and political liberal looking to make my imprint on society. I had dreams of leading the fight against over-development and I was excited to get started. Read more »
There’s a lot of debate about whether strong leadership from the top or powerful grass roots initiatives from the bottom are what are needed to move our cities forward. I happen to think there are examples on both sides. Read more »
The Project for Public Spaces is dedicated to helping communities get the most out of their streets, both as transportation links for all modes of commuters and as vital places for people to enjoy. Read more »