Many keys have been smashed about Mobility as a Service, the apparent overnight rise of bike share, and the risks of VC-driven transportation infrastructure, but less has been said about how we should evaluate these new systems.
I’m honored that this year the Transportation Research Board (TRB) of North America chose to accept my second paper. The topic: strategies to reduce rural vehicle-miles traveled (VMT).
This is the first of three reports I wrote with the Center for Cities and Schools. Having attended K-12 schools with yellow bus service, I assumed this transportation was comprehensive and universal. Not quite.
Caltrans owns a lot of land in West Oakland. Much of it is paved, but how much could potentially be planted with carbon-sequestering trees?
The day after concluding my excellent month in East Africa, I stumbled jet-lagged into Transportation Camp West for a warm welcome back to the United States, the Bay Area, and transportation data wonkery.