The Connection Between Two-Way Streets and Gentrification Recent feature of my work in CityLab
Beyond Complete Streets for Walking and Biking Check out my course on complete streets and multimodal planning for walking & biking on Planetizen.
Brainerd Walking Route: Walk for Wellness My research on street design featured in the Brainerd Dispatch
Billy Riggs Presentation on Two Way Streets Sheds Light on Street Typology | METRANS Transportation Center Missed this in February but really appreciated the write-up and kind words affirming the value of two-way conversions.
Highlights of my recent talk at USC Urban Growth Seminar. Full talk available on at YouTube https://youtu.be/CUmHe_s9VME and on Urban Growth iTunes U: http://goo.gl/QIBgC or METRANS iTunes U: http://goo.gl/HV0Sq (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
Experts: 4 reasons two-way streets are better Recent interview with the Louisville Courier Journal on my two-way streets research.
Street studies support New Albany proposal Another feature of my two-way streets research in-press with JPER.
I think that they recognize that these are not easy and simple solutions, but cities have been very receptive,” he said. “Primarily because we make not only a traffic case, but we’re showing that there could be a potential economic development benefit,” he said. “Given what our country has been through in the last six […]
National notice for one-way street research – Insider Louisville My one-way street conversion work with John Gilderbloom continues to spark a healthy discussion.
“What we’re doing when we put one-way streets there is we’re over-engineering automobility,” Riggs says, “at the expense of people who want a more livable environment.” Profile on two-way street conversion work from the Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/04/17/why-one-way-streets-really-are-the-worst/