The city often ranks among the top ten most unequal metro areas in the US, but since 2012, it has been building one of the most extensive – and equitable – networks of parks and greenways in the country.
This car-centric assessment of roads and mass transit fails to consider the wide range of needs that people and cities have regarding transportation networks.
Pre-pandemic, cycling was banned on 22 streets, including a majority of the city's main thoroughfares. Today, citizens are taking it up in droves.
In places like Dar es Salaam, far more children are killed by the drivers of cars, trucks and motorcycles than are killed by Aids, malaria or diarrheal diseases.
A growing movement is taking aim at motor vehicles in the quest to solve traffic congestion, slash carbon emissions and create more-livable cities.
Most cities dedicate huge amounts of space to cars at rest. There's a strong case for changing that.
Pandemic-era planning makes it clear that cities have what they need to reach their mobility goals.
Offering free or reduced memberships broke down barriers to cycling.