According to a survey of CEO's and other business leaders in Washington, D.C., 99% want to ease traffic flow between the city and suburbs. However, 89% said that they would like to see walkable communities where amenities are located near residential districts. Struggle to balance these interests in the city's transportation plan. As the Greater … Continue reading Must cities choose between walking and driving?
Today's news is all about walking speed. Traffic signals are required by federal regulations to provide adequate time for pedestrians to cross. But just how much time is adequate? It depends on many factors, including the size and type of the intersection and how fast you are able to cross the street. In an article published … Continue reading Pedestrian walking speed affects how we plan