Saturday, March 11, 2017

Podcast: Designing City Streets for People

This week Corinne Kisner and Matthew Roe of the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) tell us about their influential series of street design guides — manuals that give transportation engineers “permission” to reorient streets so walking, biking, and transit come first. Listen in and learn how the guides are put together and how cities are using them to change their streets to prioritize people instead of cars.

1 comment:

Mike Patrick said...

This is off-topic for this article, but if you subscribe to my twitter account, like I have to yours, I wouldn't need to reach you this way. Here are two recent videos, both of which have something to do with electric traction extensions:

Houston

and

New Orleans

They are both closed-captioned, so click the CC button if it is not already activated to get locations and commentaries.