More people are getting it. Workers don’t want to commute from the burbs.
Very good article about how driving everywhere affects our health.
This the web site for an organization that’s trying to fix the huge traffic problem in the D.C. area.
There’s no parking at the new Tyson’s Corner metro stop.
The neighborhood might be walkable, but not necessarily safe.
One of the downsides of walkable neighborhoods is that sometimes they become worn down and dangerous. This short article describes what it’s like.
An article about traffic congestion and wasted time mixed in with some politics.
They don’t get the real solution, which is to plan our communities better, and fix the older ones. Building more roads is not the solution.
While kinda old, this is a pretty good article about traffic, and studies done to understand how it works.
I would not call this “fantastic,” as the author does, but it is mildly interesting. The focus is on why traffic is the way it is. Driver behavior is a major focus.
There isn’t much time given to solving the problem, excluding a mention of public transit.
Do you actually like to drive in traffic?