Getting around an Australian city without a car can be a real hassle.
Cycling and micromobility
Allowing micro-mobility operators to have a significant presence across the city and building an effective dockless network will help incentivise Londoners to hop on a bike.
One suburb of Washington, DC became safer for cyclists during the Covid-19 pandemic, a new study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows. Increased use of a robust network of off-road trails likely played a role.
Will Butler-Adams, the CEO of Brompton, on climate change, fitness and the future of urban transport.
Outdated travel prediction systems are getting in the way of more efficient and equitable transportation. Urban planners Claire Fram and Richard de Cani of Arup believe there's a solution.
The new US DOT, says urban planner Steven Higashide, understands that street-level changes, repeated at scale, can add up to a country that is greener and more just.
Post-pandemic, cities must keep fighting to provide young people with equitable transport choices.
Thoughtful policies, community engagement and decisive action will be required to hold on to recent gains in bike ridership post-pandemic.
The pandemic has fuelled demand for small electric vehicles, with incentives and tax breaks playing a major role.
Covid-era membership campaigns helped Citi Bike and Santander Cycles recover from springtime lows, a City Monitor analysis shows.