Posts tagged with 'travel behavior'
Research Recap, February 27: Gravity Law Between Cities, Cycling Behavior, Luxury EV’s
Research Recap, February 27: Gravity Law Between Cities, Cycling Behavior, Luxury EV’s
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Semi-Urban Residents Cycle More A Belgian study on the commuting behavior of older adults found that ...
Friday Fun: Beautiful Time-Lapse of Berlin's Transportation
Friday Fun: Beautiful Time-Lapse of Berlin's Transportation
The patterns that appear when you speed up the small and slow rituals of everyday life become hypnotic and peaceful in time-lapse videos, which is why Matthias Makarinus‘s video of Berlin is fascinating. Created out of 50,000 photos and thousands ...
TheCityFix Picks, February 10: Mexican Superhighway, Helmet Legislation, Public Transit Apps
TheCityFix Picks, February 10: Mexican Superhighway, Helmet Legislation, Public Transit Apps
Welcome back to TheCityFix Picks, our series highlighting the newsy and noteworthy of the past week. Each Friday, we’ll run down the headlines falling under TheCityFix’s five themes: integrated transport, urban development and accessibility, air quality and climate change, health and ...
Community and Personal Resilience for Global Adaptation
Community and Personal Resilience for Global Adaptation
This interesting and timely video by Cultivate Community Resilience uses a surfing analogy to explore the concepts of personal and community resilience in dealing with global challenges. Supported by The Carnegie UK Trust, Comhar Media Fund and Trocaire, the project works to facilitate ...
Research Recap, October 31: Unhealthy Commutes, Privatized Traffic Enforcement, Motorist Behavior
Research Recap, October 31: Unhealthy Commutes, Privatized Traffic Enforcement, Motorist Behavior
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Long, Stressful Commutes Bad for Your Health Research out of Lund University in Sweden found a ...
CACS Highlights: Winner of Road Safety
CACS Highlights: Winner of Road Safety
This post is part of TheCityFix’s series, “CACS Highlights,” introducing the winners of the Active Cities, Healthy Cities (or “CACS,” its acronym in Spanish and Portuguese) competition. These public projects aim to transform the lives of millions of people through building healthy ...
Can Urban Design Influence Driving Habits?
Can Urban Design Influence Driving Habits?
If we built cities differently, would people travel differently? Marlon Boarnet, professor of planning, policy, and design and economics from the University of California, Irvine set out to the answer that very question. Through his research, Boarnet works to address the ...
Changing Demographics, Changing Travel Patterns in the D.C. Metro Area
Changing Demographics, Changing Travel Patterns in the D.C. Metro Area
The D.C. area’s young population is traveling less, older residents are traveling more, and more people are taking transit and walking. That was the message at yesterday’s Transportation Planning Board (TPB) meeting. The TPB is the federally designated Metropolitan Planning ...
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