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Learning from Bologna’s off-street bicycle network: tolerance, safety, thanks | streets.mn

At streets.mn, I have the following post: Learning from Bologna’s Off-street Bicycle Network: Tolerance, Safety, Thanks, complete with a vivid three minute video from the user perspective of the cyclist. “The characteristics of a city’s off-street…

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Santiago’s (Chile) unique opportunity to export their land use-transportation success

I am in the Southern Hemisphere—Santiago, Chile—delivering a keynote talk at International Workshop on Urban Transport and Sustainability. In land use-transportation dialogue, we often talk about the land use differences between two settings: the developed…

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