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Street Design Archives — Broken Sidewalk

Street Design

Why so many people die walking on our streets explained in...

Speed kills, especially on city streets teeming with pedestrians and cyclists. The investigative news nonprofit ProPublica has produced an interactive graph that deftly conveys how just a few miles...

Speed Over Place: Ousting the Confederate Monument for cars, not morals,...

On Wednesday, May 25, Jefferson Circuit Judge Judith McDonald-Burkman denied an injunction to dismantle and store the Confederate Monument on Third Street near the University of...

The feds just made it a lot easier for cities to...

We probably haven’t seen the last of engineers who insist on designing local streets like surface highways. But at least now they can’t claim their hands are tied...

For the record, the feds don’t require streets to speed car...

When advocating for a street redesign that will take some space away from cars, it’s common to run up against this classic brush-off from your local transportation agency: The...

New guide shows how streets can be designed with transit front...

The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) has released a new design guide to help cities prioritize transit on their streets. How can cities integrate bus...

Louisville among nine cities to receive federal help to promote economic...

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA), under the United States Department of Transportation (DOT), has selected Louisville among nine cities to receive technical assistance from...

People for Bikes releases nine-step guide for fast, flexible changes to...

For most of the 20th century, cities answered transportation problems by adding more pavement. More freeways. More lanes. More parking lots. More things that couldn't...

February 29: Meeting seeks input on pedestrian, cyclist, drainage changes to...

While a proposal to widen Chenoweth Lane to three lanes is officially off the table, there's still a push for change along the St....

Majority of U.S. mayors would back bike lanes over parking or...

Road space needs to come from somewhere. And with the nation's infrastructure budgets buckling under road maintenance costs, there's growing consensus that ever-wider roads...