Buenos Aires: A City With More Women Cycling

Buenos Aires: A City With More Women Cycling

By Juanjo Mendez, Secretary of Transportation and Public Works, Government of the City of Buenos Aires The pandemic has given us the chance to rethink which type of city we would like to live in. The restrictions imposed by the virus have challenged us and forced us...
Rides, Roads, Residences

Rides, Roads, Residences

By Chima Rickards, PhD candidate, Associate, Hoag+Co. How mobility technologies are impacting the built environment and … why care? Parking prices, congestion charges, fuel stations – the costs and diversions one never had to face on their way to work in the age of...
It’s Time to Prioritize the Third Lane

It’s Time to Prioritize the Third Lane

By Travis VanderZanden, Founder & CEO, Bird Close your eyes and imagine a typical city street. What do you see? For most of us it’s a variation of a familiar scene: two lanes of automobile traffic most likely flanked by a row of densely parked cars on either side....