The Monday Roundup: Helsinki how-to, city haters, and more

Welcome to the week. Here are the most notable stories our writers and readers came across in the past seven days… “Aggressively experimental”: When Boston shut down a major subway line, they boosted support and space for non-driving alternatives and it worked so well they’ve made some of the changes permanent. (Governing) Bike share resiliency: … Read more


The Monday Roundup: Hope for Beaverton, Critical Mass returns, and more

Welcome to the week. Here are the most notable stories our writers and readers came across in the past seven days… Good government: It’s a sign of functional governance when leaders have the ability to force corporations to provide healthy messages alongside unhealthy ones. (EuroNews) Killing freeways: Recent examples from Denver and Los Angeles show … Read more


The Monday Roundup: 15-minute cities, housing, media muzzled, and more

Welcome to the week. Here are the most notable stories our writers and readers came across in the past seven days… Throttle kids in So Cal: The city of Carlsbad, California is another place that is grappling with new traffic safety concerns related to kids (and others) on electric bikes. (Bicycle Retailer & Industry News) … Read more