MinnPost file photo by John Noltner
I was recently quoted in an article on traffic signal synchronization – an ongoing project in Minneapolis right now. I have a contrary view to conventional wisdom on this topic as I have been quoted in the article and expressed in greater detail here.
Communities like traffic [...]
Is this good for your city? For your health? (Photo credit: Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious)
In response to a comment in my last post, I’d like to discuss further how cities could affect transportation mode share,
particularly as it concerns driving. In the U.S., every single city has a dominant auto share (drive alone [...]
I was having a debate over John Hilkevitch’s article a while back in the Tribune about synchronized traffic signals with a friend of mine. My friend was surprised that this technology, most impressively shown in the movie, The Italian Job, was not widely deployed in many major cities such as Chicago. Alas, we still rely [...]