Matt Dietrichson, Mar 01, 13.
Housing costs, transportation woes, and poor health are a few of the reasons why a study from Rice's Center for Sustainability reports problems with livability.
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 27, 13.
The Federal Highway Administration has reported continued drops in American vehicle-miles traveled since '04, signaling underlying economic and cultural shifts.
President of TODERIAN UrbanWORKS; former Chief Planner for Vancouver, Feb 26, 13.
The most important urban design decision Vancouver ever made
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 26, 13.
Young Americans have avoided accumulation of debt better than their predecessors, by abstaining from car and home ownership.
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 21, 13.
A prototype of Google's self-driving car was tested at a TxDOT conference in Austin, revealing how inept current laws are for dealing with such technology.
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 19, 13.
The online walkability calculator Walk Score has released a list of the best US cities for car sharing, and Austin made the cut.
Downtown Los Angeles has embraced the practice of replacing urban parking spots with mini parks and public amenities.
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Connecticut; Eno Fellow at the Eno Center for Transportation, Feb 12, 13.
Cars and robust cities are fundamentally incompatible
General manager, Lane Transit District in Oregon, Feb 12, 13.
Pro or con, we can’t ignore self-driving cars
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 07, 13.
Gas prices are continuing to rise, and a new report claims that gas expenditures last year took the biggest share of household incomes since the early 1980's.
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