Try Your Hand at Designing the Driverless Street of the Future Recent feature on our (Ryder Ross & Michael Boswell) newly released tool, ReStreet, which builds on Streetmix to provide a tool for planners to democratize street design, aggregating user data for better policy and funding decisions.
Moving From Planning to Action: Exploring Best Practice Policy in the Finance of Local Bicycling and Pedestrian Improvements New publication on streetscape finance with partner Elissa McDade.
A New Analysis of One-Way Street Conversions in Louisville Finds Safety and Economic Benefits – CityLab Great feature on my new publication in The Atlantic / CityLab
In any city when you do any type of conversion, any type of road diet, always people will feel there will be a disadvantage, it will cause traffic jams,” said Riggs, the Cal Poly professor. “By and large, from our research and professional experience, those (concerns) are overstated. William Riggs, South Bend Tribune
Very interesting project courtesy my colleague Dr. Vicente del Rio (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
Key to the Street | The Walkable Urban Design Tool participatory street design with mobiles from one of my students
Digging the Street Mix Site