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- The Sharing Economy Comes Home to World Streets fb.me/1ulkGPA7f 1 day ago
- Due to lose? Well maybe not. fb.me/2Bcd1w8rk 1 week ago
- iCarsclub is a membership based trusted community for peer to peer car sharing fb.me/CkdFLNgI 1 week ago
- But what really woke me up from my general head bobbing was the section in which he passes the ball to the... fb.me/1ptDtIZZu 1 week ago
- Archives: The dangers of shared taxis (2005) fb.me/2mHqwers8 2 weeks ago
- New Mobility Partnerships 2013: Invitation fb.me/1EXJdOyfe 2 weeks ago
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Category Archives: World Streets
The Stuttgart conference of Cities for Mobility this year represented an important step forward in the construction of a well-defined agenda for new mobility that up until the present time has been sadly lacking. But what we have managed to develop over the last two decades is a certain number of basic principles spanning many different areas and kinds of operational situations, but somehow until now we have failed to put them all together into a well-defined, convincing operational and policy package. We think of this as the move toward a new paradigm for transport in cities – and it all starts with . . . slowing down. Continue reading
[Have a look at this good historical piece by Christopher Gray which appeared in today's New York Times under their Streetscapes/Traffic Wars rubric.]
IN the future, perhaps our time will be known as the first decade of the Bicycle Wars, with righteous armies fighting over traffic lanes, bike paths and sidewalks, indeed over the very purpose of the streets themselves. Like many wars, it’s a question of territory, and the pedestrian has been losing for years. Continue reading
After considerable and at times quite contentious discussions over the last months with colleagues around the world through various discussion fora, social media, programs, conferences, email, Skype, phone and personal visits, we have decided to make one of the principal themes of our work here at World Streets for the coming year that of Safe Streets.