The City of Sydney just released its Draft Car Sharing Policy (Item 4 here). The Murdoch-owned Daily Telegraph has a respectful story here, although the print edition of the same story carried a more lurid headline, “Clover’s car wars speed up.” Continue Reading →
As cycling becomes more and more popular, how should transit planning respond? I’ve suggested before that better integration of cycling can be crucial to expanding the reach of rapid transit, and possibly eliminating some of the need for less efficient local-stop transit. That post also attracted great comments from experienced bike+transit riders hammering out the details.
But the details of whether and how much this can work vary a lot from one city to another. Continue Reading →