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- Book review. Urban Re-Industrialization: An alternative economic model 24 October 2017
- BETTER CHOICES: Changing minds 18 October 2017
- New Mobility, Better Choices . . . And Taking Climate Change Seriously 20 September 2017
- DEMOCRACY CAME LATE TO OUR STREETS (Or, Drivers as Victims) 19 September 2017
- “Transport Refugees” – Victims of Unjust Transport Policies (From our 2009 archives and worthy of your attention today) 19 September 2017
- Taiwan East/West New Mobility Innovation Challenge 2017. Events: Getting ready for Taiwan 2017 Collaborative Mission 18 September 2017
- Sustainable Transport: Declaration of Dependence 8 September 2017
- Some smart Swedes show us how to sort out taxis, “taxis”, Uber, ridesharing, carpooling, and the rest 29 August 2017
- Transportation Innovation and Reform: Finding the Way to Social Sustainability 1 July 2012
- World Transport Policy & Practice – Vol. 18, No. 1 15 April 2012
- We’ve never needed geniuses more than now. 26 March 2012
- Weekend Musing: Less, More and Mozart 25 March 2012
- Transport, Equity and Safe Streets: A Tale of Two Cities 24 March 2012
- Late Night Thoughts on Equity from Helsinki 17 March 2012
- Editorial: On the plane to Helsinki 14 March 2012
- Crowdsourcing Equity/Transport/ Helsinki 13 March 2012
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Which of the following is more likely to get you to drive slower down a street? Or to get the majority of car drivers on that street to slow down?
• A long talk with a friend about the dangers of speeding to yourself and others.
• A newly posted sign announcing a lower speed limit.
• A stop sign placed in the middle of the block.
• A series of speed bumps along the road. Continue reading