Mobility Lab in the News

January 2017

  • The Guardian (Nigeria): Your next car may be driverless (January 13)
  • Streetsblog SE: Arlington, VA Bike Use Falls After Surge During Metro Disruption (January 13)
  • CUTRLines: TransportationCamp DC 2017 shares perspectives on today’s (and tomorrow’s) mobility challenges (January 12)
  • GreenBiz: Menlo Park sparks interest in zero-carbon cities (January 11)
  • Ekoiko: Menlo Park sparks interest in zero-carbon cities (January 11)
  • Complex Doc (Russia): Ride-hailing has a friend in Chao, but does self-driving? (January 11)
  • CUTRLines: New report highlights most dangerous cities for walking, calls for pedestrian-centered streets (January 11)
  • TransportUS: Four things I learned at TransportationCamp (January 9)
  • CUTRLines: More states are looting federal funds for walking and biking (January 7)
  • The Atlantic CityLab: This Month in Urbanism: TransportationCamp (January 4)
  • CUTRLines: Truck drivers trained on bikes in bid to cut cycling deaths in London (January 4)
  • Hampton Roads Public Transportation Alliance: Mobility Lab’s Top 10 of 2016 (January 3)
  • Gil Friend’s Daily View: Bike parking gets people riding – Here’s how to build it right (January 3)

December 2016

  • The Silicon Review: Mobility Lab Named One of the 10 Fastest Growing “Bring Your Own Device” Solution Providers 2016 (December 2016 issue)
  • Advancing Mobility: Our 10 most-read posts of 2016 – Mobility Lab (December 24)
  • Realty Biz News: Mobility Lab Outlines Ways to Provide Tenants with Better Transportation Options (December 20)
  • Commercial Appraiser: Mobility Lab Outlines Ways to Provide Tenants with Better Transportation Options (December 20)
  • Passport: Passport Recognized for Major Award, Sees Huge Industry Growth (December 20)
  • Washington Post: How developers are turning to Metro’s newest software tool to enhance their apps (December 17)
  • Streetsblog Southeast: Virginia’s Capital Trail Boosts Investment Along Bike Route (December 16)
  • Planetizen: One Year After Opening, Virginia Capital Trail a Bike Infrastructure Success Story (December 14)
  • East Coast Greenway Alliance Facebook page: A look at how Virginia’s Capital Trail is serving as an economic and cultural catalyst (December 13)
  • USA Today: Ride-hailing has a friend in Chao, but does self-driving? (December 13)
  • Top News: Ride-hailing has a friend in Chao, but does self-driving? (December 13)
  • The Silicon Review: Nurturing innovations for better transportation options: Mobility Lab LLC (December 9)
  • Com Gear: Why Buy a Car When You’ve Got Mobile Apps? (December 9)
  • Streetsblog Network: Beyond Bike to Work Day: How to Encourage the Car-Free Commuting Habit (December 6)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): The Case for Long Term TDM Programs (December 6)
  • The Future Drive Daily: Beyond Bike to Work Day: How to Encourage the Car-Free Commuting Habit (December 6)
  • RapidShift.net: Community-based social marketing attempts to uncover barriers to action and behavior change, produce “social norming” (December 5)
  • Multifamily Executive: Digital Transit Display Could Become a Top Amenity for Urban Properties (December 1)

November 2016

  • Technical.ly DC: How Project Sidewalk is making DC more accessible (November 30)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Portland’s Bike Share Secret: Understanding Behavior Change (November 29)
  • Gil Friend’s Daily View: Annual bikeshare conference brings focus to equity, integration, and growth (November 26)
  • Advancing Mobility: Cities need common sense before they get smart (November 23)
  • The Hamilton Spectator: Buying a new car? It may be your last (November 15)
  • New Hamburg Independent: Buying a new car? It may be your last (November 15)
  • Waterloo Chronicle: Buying a new car? It may be your last (November 15)
  • Kitchener Post: Buying a new car? It may be your last (November 15)
  • Hamilton Community News: Buying a new car? It may be your last (November 15)
  • The Record: Buying a new car? It may be your last (November 15)
  • Guelph Mercury Tribune: Buying a new car? It may be your last (November 15)
  • Gas & Electricity: Can Uber and Lyft save carpooling? (November 10)
  • WeWork Creator: TransitScreen: ‘Saving People Time and Making Cities More Livable’ (November 8)
  • APA Virginia Daily: Five Smart City Challenge ideas that cities should make happen (November 4)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Uber’s Discrimination Bad News for Public Transit (November 4)
  • InsideNOVA: Northern Virginia transportation notes (November 3)
  • All Latest News: Urban Futurist Jack Uldrich to Discuss the Future of Cities in California (November 3)
  • Streetsblog Southeast: Arlington Map Highlights the Safest Streets for Bikes (November 1)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Growth of Mobile Ticketing Adds Flexibility to Transit Solutions (November 1)

October 2016

  • InsideNOVA: Arlington transportation efforts win national honors (October 31)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: How does actual sharing fit into the sharing economy? (October 31)
  • Passport, Inc.: Growth of Mobile Ticketing Adds Flexibility to Transit Solutions (October 26)
  • METRO Magazine: How the media, transit agencies, and planners should be talking about BRT (October 25)
  • Defensive Driving: The Future of Driverless Cars (October 25)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Arlington Refining Parking Policy for Multi-Family Residences (October 21)
  • Streetsblog Network: Arlington, Virginia, is beginning the process of reforming its residential parking policies (October 21)
  • Streetsblog California: Where does sharing fit into the so-called “sharing” economy? (October 19)
  • Arlington County Newsroom: Arlington Receives Top Honor for Mobility Management (October 18)
  • Minneapolis Star Tribune: What is BRT, exactly? Reliable, for one thing (October 17)
  • Slow Streets: Dense, Mixed-Use Neighbourhoods Provide The Best Local Transportation Demand Management (October 17)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Open-Source Cities: Tapping the Software Commons for Future Transit Innovation (October 17)
  • Before Its News: Fork our unconference: Open sourcing TransparencyCamp (October 15)
  • Des Moines Business Record: Planner: Forget the shiny buses and fancy names; BRT is about reliability (October 15)
  • Greater Greater Washington: How to bid BRT (October 13)
  • Streetsblog Network: The way to market BRT is to emphasize service reliability, not gimmicky features (October 13)
  • Gil Friend’s Daily View: Benefits of reliable transit: How transit agencies and planners should be talking about BRT (October 13)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: Pittsburgh emerging as a transportation leader, still has work ahead (October 13)
  • Streetsblog Network: Pittsburgh and the Challenge of Changing a City’s Car Culture (October 12)
  • PSFK: Jukebox Helps Travelers Find The Best Way To Get To Their Destination (October 11)
  • The Publisher: Starting the tough smart-city conversations (October 10)
  • PSFK: Jukebox Helps Travelers Find The Best Way To Get To Their Destination (October 10)
  • TriTAG: WMATA finds biking and walking improvements near Metro stations pay off (October 8)
  • Streetsblog California: Starting the tough smart-city conversations (October 7)
  • Smart Cities Council: Starting the tough smart city conversations (October 6)
  • Eddie Jones for Paducah City Commission: Bikeable Walkable–What’s in it for Me? (October 5)
  • Streetsblog Network: An overview of how colleges are saving money by getting students out of their cars (October 4)
  • Car Free in Carrboro: Carfree in the backcountry … not so much (October 4)
  • Ray Atkinson Plans: Reflecting on starting my first full-time, permanent job and my job search process (October 1)

September 2016

August 2016

  • Bicycle Boulevards: What Portland’s Biketown Has That Bay Area Bikeshare Doesn’t (August 30)
  • Raleigh Agenda: At Innovate Raleigh, Business and Transportation Leaders Conspire for a Better City (August 29)
  • PBS Newshour: Can Uber and Lyft save carpooling? (August 27)
  • NPR/PBS Nebraska: Can Uber and Lyft save carpooling? (August 27)
  • Pew Charitable Trusts’ Stateline: Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling? (August 26)
  • Public Now: Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling? (August 26)
  • Thinking Highways: What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’? (August 25)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Finding Traffic, Car Ownership Solutions Through Sharing (August 25)
  • The Source: Can fare-less transit really work? (August 23)
  • Raleigh Agenda: Innovate Raleigh Wants To Fix Public Transit in the City (August 22)
  • Eno Transportation Weekly: Capital Convergence: Innovation in Washington (August 22)
  • GovTech FutureStructure: Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling? (August 22)
  • Mass Transit: What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’? (August 22)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’? (August 22)
  • ARLnow: Transport Nerds ‘Playing With Traffic’ (August 22)
  • Washington Post: What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’? (August 21)
  • NewsInn: What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’? (August 21)
  • Streetsblog California: National parks need to make it easier to visit them without a car (August 19)
  • CUTRLines Daily (no link): Last chance to comment: Proposed USDOT rules would likely harm communities (August 18)
  • WRAL TechWire: Calendar highlight: Innovate Raleigh ‘greater good’ summit (August 16)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Improving Safe Routes to School Through Champions for Open Data (August 15)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Portland, Oregon’s Open Data Leadership Pays Off with Better Transit Information (August 15)
  • Streetsblog Network: Portland’s TriMet transit agency helped pioneer private innovation in transit apps (August 15)
  • Best B&B: Do Your Research When Looking for a Bus Charter Company (August 13)
  • U.S. Army: Help with public transportation options on the horizon for JBM-HH commuters (August 12)
  • Pentagram: Minimizing unfavorable commutes, transportation options on the horizon (August 10)
  • Streetsblog Network: Arlington County transportation engineers treated to a tour of local bike infrastructure (August 4)
  • Streetsblog Southeast: BikeArlington Leads Planners and Engineers on Bike Tour (August 4)
  • Streetsblog California: The best thing you can do for the environment: Drive less (August 3)
  • Shared-Use Mobility Center: Can Bikesharing Serve Disabled Riders? (August 1)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Even in Silicon Valley, People Need to Be Educated About Transportation Options (August 1)
  • FoundIt Elsewhere: Uber Plans An Autonomous Car Fleet With A Half-Billion Dollar Investment (August 1)

July 2016

June 2016

May 2016

  • League of American Bicyclists: College Park’s mBike brings accessible bikeshare to the region (May 31)
  • Washington Post: Looking for an alternative to SafeTrack? Try the ‘original ridesharing’ system: Slugging. (May 28)
  • USA Today: Austin hunted for solutions in run up to ride-hailing vote (May 26)
  • Burlington Free Press: Austin hunted for solutions in run up to ride-hailing vote (May 26)
  • Des Moines Register: Austin hunted for solutions in run up to ride-hailing vote (May 26)
  • InfrastructureUSA: Guest on The Infra Blog: Howard Jennings, Managing Director, Mobility Lab (May 26)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Planners Need Technology to Meet Public Transit Demand (May 26)
  • Streetsblog Network: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation dramatically reduced solo car commuting by its employees (May 24)
  • PlanIt Metro: Metrobus Ridership During the Rail Safety Shutdown (May 23)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: After first test, the Hyperloop still has to convince public it’s a worthy option (May 20)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: New Bikeshare Data Standard Opens Doors for Apps and Analysis (May 16)
  • The Travel Virginia Daily: With looming Metro disruptions, transportation companies ready their pitches to commuters (May 16)
  • Washington Post: With looming Metro disruptions, transportation companies ready their pitches to commuters (May 14)
  • Free Car Magazines: Charter Bus Travel Is a Perfect Option for Groups of Many Sizes (May 13)
  • 7 articles in various Chinese outlets: Experts say sex in self-driving cars is inevitable (May 13)
  • Streetsblog Network: How the D.C. area could use transportation demand management to mitigate the impact of Metro closures (May 12)
  • Nan McKay and Associates: Affordable housing and transit should go hand-in-hand (May 6)
  • Streetsblog Network: Using Stress Maps to Identify Gaps in the Bike Network (May 6)
  • Urban Land Institute Washington Newsletter (no link): Slugging has its own app (May 6)
  • Infrastructure USA: A New Era of Transportation Options (May 5)
  • Streetsblog California: Bike-share standardizes its data (May 5)
  • Streetsblog Network: Bikeshare is transit (May 5)
  • Streetsblog Chicago: Bikeshare is transit (May 5)
  • Biking About Architecture: Affordable Housing Vs. Affordable Parking (May 5)
  • Slate France: More autonomous cars, that means more sex drive (May 5)
  • Yahoo News France: More autonomous cars, that means more sex drive (May 5)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: Would you have sex in a driverless car? (May 5)
  • The Daily Dot: Experts say sex in self-driving cars is inevitable (May 4)
  • Thinking Highways: Changing Urban Transportation with Real-Time Screens (May 3)
  • Streetsblog Network: A new video explaining the concept of transportation demand management (May 3)
  • Planetizen: 3 Examples of Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Policies (May 2)
  • Detergent Brands: Ridesharing could ease traffic congestion and pollution, using tech we already have (May 1)

April 2016

  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Affordable Housing and Transit Should Go Hand-in-Hand (April 29)
  • Streetsblog USA: Why Transit and Affordable Housing Should Go Hand in Hand (April 29)
  • Streetsblog L.A.: Affordable Housing and Transit Should Go Together (April 29)
  • Streetsblog California: Connecting affordable housing and transit (April 29)
  • Streetsblog Network: Affordable housing and transit need to be thought about in tandem (April 29)
  • Castanet: Nowhere to park (April 28)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): D.C. Slugging Now Has An App (April 28)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Sluglining, DC’s Original Ridesharing System, Has Its Own App (April 27)
  • METRO Magazine: [Video] What is TDM? Shaping a new era of transportation options (April 26)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): How Visible Transit Info Saves Time and Money (April 26)
  • Streetsblog California: Public, visible transit info makes taking transit easier (April 26)
  • Virgin: Washington’s hottest start-ups: TransitScreen (April 22)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: Video can be a great way to better define an unknown industry (April 22)
  • Washington Post: WMATA Riders Union head says she wants to step down (April 21)
  • Fleet Owner Magazine: Will self-driving vehicles struggle for acceptance? (April 21)
  • TransitScreen: Changing Urban Transportation with Real-Time Screens (April 20)
  • Streetsblog Ohio: America’s Highway Congestion Is Its Version of Soviet Bread Lines (April 20)
  • Maps Mania: The Washington Cyclist Explosion (April 19)
  • Mobility Matters – Fontinalis Partners newsletter (no link): Transportation redefined: Cities must work with shared mobility options. (April 18)
  • Free Republic: Robots may beat drones in race to deliver packages (April 16)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: When It Comes to Traffic Safety, Fun Beats Fear (April 15)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: Storytelling has a direct result on building transit that could compete with cars (April 15)
  • Advancing Mobility: The Metro shutdown changed how people use Capital Bikeshare. Here’s how. (April 15)
  • Greater Greater Washington: The Metro shutdown changed how people use Capital Bikeshare. Here’s how. (April 14)
  • Streetsblog Ohio: It’s Time to Rethink the Way We Design Our Sidewalks (April 14)
  • KGAB-AM 650 Mornings with Gary Freeman in Cheyenne, Wyoming (no link): Mobility Lab’s Paul Mackie interviewed about the future of driverless cars (April 13)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Most Read: Bikeshare During the Metro Shutdown (April 13)
  • The World Breaking News: Not a single person has died using bike share in the US. This study explores why. (April 13)
  • The Rapidian: The Rapid’s new ad series tells riders’ stories, benefits to community (April 12)
  • Planetizen: How Bikeshare Replaced Trains on the Day Metrorail Shut Down (April 12)
  • Streetsblog Network: How DC dwellers used Capital Bikeshare to cope during the Metro shutdown (April 12)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Bikeshare During the Metro Shutdown (April 12)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Florida preparing for self-driving vehicles (April 12)
  • Florida Politics: Open roads: Florida preparing for self-driving vehicles (April 11)
  • SaintPetersBlog: Open roads: Florida preparing for self-driving vehicles (April 11)
  • Planetizen: Trends from the APA 2016 Conference (April 10)
  • L.A. Metro’s The Source: Highway congestion, America’s Soviet bread line problem, needs a price (April 8)
  • Streetsblog USA: Congestion Pricing Can Help Solve “America’s Bread Line” (April 8)
  • Streetsblog Network: Comparing America’s crowded highways with Soviet breadlines (April 8)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Highway Congestion is America’s Bread Line (April 8)
  • Advancing Mobility: Joshua Schank – What is congestion pricing? (April 8)
  • San Francisco Chronicle: Robots may beat drones in race to deliver packages (April 7)
  • Press Reader: Drones may take a backseat to robots (April 7)
  • Transport Topics: Robots may beat drones in race to deliver packages (April 7)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: R2D2-like robots are starting to deliver your mail (April 7)
  • World News Network: Robots may beat drones in race to deliver packages (April 7)
  • Fleet Owner: Connecting vehicles to … well, everything (April 6)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Innovating the Sidewalk (April 6)
  • Infrastructure USA: Filling up Seats in Cars: The Future of Driving (April 5)
  • Pantonium: How to Beat the Sharing Economy (April 5)
  • Livable Brooklyn Bridge: Surprise: Bike Share Is Super Safe (April 4)
  • Vox: A new study looks at why bike share is so much safer than regular biking (April 3)
  • USSA News: Not a single person has died using bike share in the US. This study explores why. (April 3)
  • Today USA: A new study looks at why bike share is so much safer than regular biking (April 2)
  • HiHiHi.Lol: A new study looks at why bike share is so much safer than regular biking (April 2)

March 2016

  • Velo Mondial: Bikeshare safer than riding personal bikes (March 31)
  • Housing Advocacy Team: Transportation, The Hidden Cost (March 31)
  • Treehugger: Ridesharing could ease traffic congestion and pollution, using tech we already have (March 29)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Filling our congested roadways (March 25)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily Newsletter (no link): Most Read: Filling Up Seats, The Future of Driving (March 24)
  • GoKid: Moving People, Not Cars (March 24)
  • The Cherokee Daily: Filling up seats in cars: The future of driving (March 24)
  • Inc.: This Vision of How You’ll Drive in the Future is Not What You Imagine (March 23)
  • Streetsblog: The Meaning of Rob Ford (March 23)
  • Streetsblog California: Today’s Headlines – The future of driving: filling up empty seats (March 23)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily Newsletter (no link): Filling Up Seats, The Future of Driving (March 23)
  • Guide Travel News: Watch: most seats in most cars are left empty. That’s about to change. (March 23)
  • Vox: Watch: most seats in most cars are left empty. That’s about to change. (March 22)
  • METRO Magazine: Filling up seats in cars: The future of driving (March 22)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: New Video – Filling Up Seats in Cars: The Future of Driving (March 22)
  • CUTRLines: Filling up seats in cars: The future of driving (March 22)
  • Governing: The Unsettled World of the Automobile (March 22)
  • Junk Host: Watch: most seats in most cars are left empty. That’s about to change. (March 22)
  • World News Network: Most seats in most cars are left empty. That’s about to change. (March 22)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Proximity is Key (March 22)
  • Arlington Patch: Where Do People Bike the Most in Arlington? You Might Be Surprised (March 22)
  • BikeArlington: Census Bureau Data: Bicycle Commuting Among Arlington County Residents (March 22)
  • ARLnow: Where Do Bike Commuters Live in Arlington? (March 21)
  • Digital Marketing Daily: Transportation Techies: Piecing together data to improve D.C. biking (March 18)
  • ARLnow: Morning Notes: Metro Shutdown and Bus Stigma (March 17)
  • Profit Confidential: The Simple Reason to Be Bullish On NVIDIA Corporation (March 16)
  • The Future Drive Daily: In the current transportation landscape, do you still need to own a car? (March 15)
  • All About Finance and Technology: Autonomous Car Forecasts (March 15)
  • The Future By Design: Navigating the Utopian City (March 13)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Transportation Techies: Piecing Together Data to Improve Biking in DC (March 11)
  • DCist: After Just Six Months, The WMATA Riders’ Union Is Ready To Reboot (March 10)
  • Tim’s Code Musings: Transit Dashboard at Metro Hack Night (March 10)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: How to be an influencer with your stories (March 7)
  • Teknoids: Transit Data Gets More Intriguing As the Way It’s Presented Improves (March 7)
  • Streetlight Data: Bringing Extraordinary Data to Your Everyday Decisions (March 6)
  • AndrewCarpenter.com: New trip-tracking app seeks to help planners and advocates (March 4)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: Federal agencies highlight the intersection of housing and transportation (March 4)
  • PlanItMetro: WMATA’s Planners’ Principles for Creating a Customer Focus (March 1)
  • Streetsblog California: Mental Health Suffers When We Surrender to Car Culture (March 1)
  • The Connection Newspapers: Arlington Resident Revels in “Car-lessness” (March 1)

February 2016

  • Advancing Mobility: Mental Health Suffers When We Surrender to Car Culture (February 29)
  • Advancing Mobility: WMATA Hosts Metro Hack Night, Announces More Real-Time Data (February 29)
  • Streetsblog California: Three Ways to Use Empty Parking Spaces to Create Transportation Options (February 26)
  • METRO Magazine: Where Are the Super Bowl-esque Ads About Public Transportation? (February 25)
  • The Daily Dispatch: Mental Health Suffers When We Surrender to Car Culture (February 25)
  • Washington Post: Metro Opens Doors to App Developers (February 24)
  • Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health, Issue 1: Mental Health Suffers When We Surrender to Car Culture (February 2016)
  • Streetsblog Ohio: U.S. DOT “Overwhelmed” By Number of Smart City Challenge Applications (February 24)
  • TedEytan.com: Metro Hack Night with Transportation Techies: Controlling Your City’s Destiny Through Data (February 24)
  • Mobi Platform: Bike Hack Night V is Taking Place March 8, 2016 in Washington, D.C. (February 24)
  • Columbus Rides Bikes: Veronica O. Davis – Do You Still Need to Own a Car? (February 21)
  • RapidShift.net: Transport Solutions for Efficiency, Decarbonization, and Co-benefits for the Public (February 19)
  • Austin Mobility News: Austin Transportation Department Planner Featured in TransportationCamp Video (February 16)
  • Washington Post: How Developers are Trying to Keep Metro Honest Using Its Own Data (February 13)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Where Are the Super Bowl-esque Ads About Public Transportation? (February 12)
  • Streetsblog California: U.S. DOT “Overwhelmed” by Applications to its Smart City Challenge (February 12)
  • Actualités Les Transports du Futur: In the Current Transportation Landscape, Do You Still Need to Own a Car? (February 12)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: Where Are the Super Bowl-esque Ads About Public Transportation? (February 12)
  • Infrastructure USA: Washington, DC: Do You Still Need to Own a Car? (February 11)
  • Local Motion: Want to Start Carpooling? Pick Up Your Phone and Get Going (February 11)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Communicating Transportation Options (February 10)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): USDOT Overwhelmed by Smart City Applications (February 10)
  • Green SI: Smart Cities: U.S. DOT “Overwhelmed” by Applications to its Smart City Challenge (February 10)
  • Disrupting Mobility Summit: VIDEO: Governing for Disruption (all summit videos here) (February 8)
  • CleanTechnica: Tech is Good, But We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future (February 8)
  • EcoLocalizer: Tech is Good, But We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future (February 8)
  • Renewable Electron: Transportation Planning Needed For Building Cities Of The Future (February 8)
  • Enjeux Energies et Environnement: Tech is Good, But We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future (February 8)
  • EcoTopical: Tech is Good, But We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future (February 8)
  • Environment Guru: Transportation Planning Needed For Building Cities Of The Future (February 8)
  • APTA’s Passenger Transport: Connecting the Sectors: Weaving a New Transit Network, Part 1 (February 8)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Do You Need to Own a Car in Current Landscape? (February 4)
  • TransportationCamp: Voices From 2016: Video (February 2)
  • Latest News Access: Allure of Connectivity Boosts Public Transit (February 2)

January 2016

  • TOD Institute: Mobility Lab Former Director Speaks at Transit Oriented Development Institute (January 22)
  • The Future Drive Daily: Debunking Common Myths about Bikeshare in the Suburbs (January 21)
  • Systematica: Three Ways of Transforming Overbuilt Parking in Transport Options (January 19)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Overbuilt Parking to Transportation Options (January 18)
  • CUTRLines Daily: Three Ways to Transform Overbuilt Parking into Transportation Options (January 16)
  • Greater Places: Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design: Are Cities Ready? (January 11)
  • transporteavanzado.com: Uber and Lyft: Positioning in the Market for Fleet Management of Autonomous Vehicles (January 9)
  • Digital Marketing Daily: Want to Start Carpooling? Pick Up Your Phone and Get Going (January 8)
  • Automotive Training Center: How Close Are We to Driverless Cars? (January 7)
  • The Urban Strategist: Development Politics Does Divide Metropolitan Areas, Not Rail Transit. But For How Much Longer? (January 5)
  • UML Center News: Latest Invest User Stories News: Why Buy a Car When You’ve Got Mobile Apps? (January 2)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Telling Better Bike Stories with Contextual Data (January 1)

December 2015

  • San Jose Mercury News Silicon Beat: Google and Ford to Team Up on Driverless Cars? Plus the Future of Autonomous Vehicles (December 22)
  • The Future Drive Daily: How to “Get Sh*t Done” In the Face of Transportation Bureaucracy (December 21)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Five Ways TDM is Invisible, and Why it Should Change (December 18)
  • Republikein: Motors Ry Reeds Klein Entjies Alleen (December 18)
  • Kaipeng: Uber Car Will Replace the Unmanned Vehicle (December 18)
  • Hong Kong Silicon: Uber Car Will Replace the Unmanned Vehicle (December 18)
  • Tuxi China: Forecast: 10 Years is a Driverless Car World (December 18)
  • 12 other German, Chinese, and Hong Kong websites republished the article above as well (December 18)
  • Streetsblog California: Transportation Demand Management: What It Is, What It Does, and Why We Should Know More About It (December 18)
  • The Daily Caller: D.C. Metro Could Soon Be Free For All Federal Employees (December 18)
  • Technical.lyDC: Here’s What Happened at Bike Hack Night IV (December 17)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: Five Ways TDM Is Invisible (and Why That Should Change) (December 17)
  • Advancing Mobility: Carsharing Can Open Parking Spaces to Happier, Healthier Lives for All (December 16)
  • Richmond Daily News: New App Simplifies Carpooling (December 14)
  • WWBT-TV NBC 12 Richmond: New App Simplifies Carpooling (December 11)
  • CBS Cleveland 19: New App Simplifies Carpooling (December 11)
  • World Now: New App Simplifies Carpooling (December 11)
  • ARLnow: Letter to the Editor: Time to Return to the Original Arlington Way (December 11)
  • WTOP: Letter to the Editor: Time to Return to the Original Arlington Way (December 11)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Can Ride Sourcing Companies Contribute to the Vision Zero Movement? (December 10)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: In Arlington, Virginia, Lessons for Simple Bike Wayfinding (December 10)
  • Shared-Use Mobility Center Newsletter (no link): 5 Big Lessons to Help Small Cities Expand Shared Mobility (December 9)
  • Tinn News: The $50 Million Competition to Remake the American City (December 9)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Less Car Trips Best for the Environment (December 8)
  • Streetsblog California: Today’s Headlines: The Best Thing You Can Do for the Environment: Take Fewer Car Trips (December 8)
  • Advancing Mobility: USDOT and Vulcan Announce $50 Million Reward to the City of the Future (December 8)
  • Advancing Mobility: Taking Fewer Car Trips is the Best Thing You Can Do for the Environment (December 8)
  • Young Professionals in Transportation: TransportationCamp DC 2016 (December 8)
  • WIRED: The $50 Million Competition to Remake the American City (December 7)
  • Triple Pundit: Taking Fewer Car Trips is the Best Thing You Can Do for the Environment (December 7)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: Taking Fewer Car Trips is the Best Thing You Can Do for the Environment (December 7)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Transportation Techies: Safer Streets with Better Data (December 7)
  • Shareable: Interviewed: TransitScreen Co-founder Ryan Croft on Multimodality at a Glance (December 4)
  • Innovation & Mobility: Reducing the Car in the City to Save Space (December 2)
  • Pertinent to … “End of Driving”: Carsharing Can Open Parking Spaces to Happier, Healthier Lives for All (December 2)
  • TheCityFix: We Are Transport! We Have Solutions! (December 1)
  • Huffington Post: If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live (December 1)
  • Look News: If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live (December 1)
  • Alto Sky: If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live (December 1)
  • Cesar Vela: If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live (December 1)
  • Business Media Guide: If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live (December 1)

November 2015

  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Unexpected Funding Needed for Transportation Ills (November 30)
  • Streetsblog USA: Nation’s Transpo Problems Need Unconventional Funding Fixes (November 30)
  • Streetsblog Ohio: Transportation Funding Is Failing Us in Almost Every Way (November 25)
  • The Independent: Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber Are Terrible For Disabled People (November 25)
  • Fast Company: Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber Are Terrible For Disabled People (November 24)
  • Innovation and Mobility: Do You Watch the Cars Pass? (November 24)
  • SalvoLomas: City of the Future is Closer, Calmer Than You Think (November 24)
  • Advancing Mobility: Roanoke Crash Case Highlights How Difficult It Is for Us All to Share Space (November 19)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): How Transportation Funding Fails to Work the Way Anyone Intended (November 18)
  • The Bike Sharing News: City of the Future is Closer, Calmer Than You Think (November 17)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: From Rebalancing to Dock-Blocking: Techies Hack to Make Capital Bikeshare Even More User-Friendly (November 16)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: City of the Future is Closer, Calmer Than You Think (November 16)
  • USA Today: City of the Future is Closer, Calmer Than You Think (November 13)
  • South Jersey Courier-Post: City of the Future is Closer, Calmer Than You Think (November 13)
  • Carpooling.net: New App Simplifies Carpooling (November 13)
  • WBRC FOX6 News in Birmingham (Ala.): New App Simplifies Carpooling (November 10)
  • 1302 Super: How Charter Bus Services Are Protecting the Environment (November 13)
  • Capital CarShare: Mobility Mashup: November Edition: “Bus Bunching” Being Solved in D.C. Thanks to Low-Cost Technology (November 12)
  • Capital CarShare: Mobility Mashup: November Edition: Carsharing Growing Around the World (November 12)
  • Capital CarShare: Mobility Mashup: November Edition: Five Big Lessons To Help Small Cities Expand Shared Mobility (November 12)
  • Technical.lyDC: Have You Ever Really Thought About Traffic? Join Transport Techies on Nov. 23 (November 10)
  • The Future Drive Daily: To Fill Empty Offices, Arlington Must Focus on Transportation Options (November 10)
  • Jill Stone: Getting From A to Z (November 4)

October 2015

  • American City & County: Autonomous Vehicles: Cities Must Prepare for New Mobility (October 28)
  • The Transit Wire: Transpo Techies Nerd Out in DC (October 27)
  • Community Transportation Magazine (PDF): 15 Innovators for 2015: Dennis Leach in Arlington County, Virginia (pages 29-32)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Government Transit Data Contributes to New Apps (October 26)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: Government Transit Data Gets Techies’ Gears Spinning for New Apps (October 26)
  • Washington Post: Government Transit Data Gets Techies’ Gears Spinning for New Apps (October 24)
  • Maryland News Hub: Government Transit Data Gets Techies’ Gears Spinning for New Apps (October 24)
  • Ooyuz: Government Transit Data Gets Techies’ Gears Spinning for New Apps (October 24)
  • Corporate Innovention: Who Asked For a DRIVER-LESS Car Anyway? (October 21)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Transportation Camps Infuse New Thinking into Industry (October 20)
  • Streetsblog: “Transportation Camps” Inspire Fresh Thinking (October 20)
  • WAMU 88.5 FM NPR in D.C.: Riders Of The Region, Unite! Can A New Union Improve Metro? (October 16)
  • Active Transport for Cities: How To “Get Sh*t Done” In the Face of Transportation Bureaucracy (October 14)
  • Advancing Mobility: 5 Tech Tools Governments Can Use to Alleviate Traffic Troubles (October 13)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: To Take Back Our Streets, Remember How We Lost Them to Cars (October 12)
  • People Innovation Radar: Biggest Transportation Innovation? People Reclaiming Their Streets (October 8)
  • The Washingtonian Magazine: Metro Can Blame Bikeshare for Lost Passengers, but Bikeshare Is Just Going to Get Bigger (October 7)
  • Streetsblog LA: Lessons From UCLA’s TransportationCamp (October 6)
  • Santa Monica Next: Lessons From UCLA’s TransportationCamp (October 6)
  • Transit Choices: “Bus Bunching” Being Solved in D.C. (October 6)
  • Green SI: Smart Cities: Urban Mobility At a Tipping Point (October 6)
  • The Walkable Times: Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design. Are Cities Ready? (October 5)
  • Planetizen: New Tracking System Tackles Bus Bunching (October 4)
  • VPS.net: Do We Really Love Our Smartphones? (October 1)
  • Global Workplace Analytics: Telework Saves D.C. From Traffic Snarl During Papal Visit (October 1)
  • Comobility: Carsharing Growing Around the World with More User-Friendly Options (October 1)
  • The Longneck&Thunderfoot Daily: Active Transportation Alliance Illustrating Variety of Transportation Options (October 1)

September 2015

  • Advancing Mobility: The State of Connected Transportation in Six Visuals (September 30)
  • The Daily Dispatch: The State of Connected Transportation in Six Visuals (September 29)
  • Active Transport for Cities: A Dozen Easy Principles for Public Sector Program Success (September 28)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: Carsharing Growing Around the World with More User-Friendly Options (September 28)
  • WAMU 88.5 FM NPR in D.C.: Papal Visit Proves Fixing Traffic Congestion Doesn’t Require Miracle, Just Teleworking (September 25)
  • Puget Sound Business Journal (full article behind paywall): How the Geeks Will Get Us Through the Gridlock (September 25)
  • Advancing Mobility: What Do You Think of Your Commute? Pittsburgh Officials Create Regional Survey (September 25)
  • IPI’s Parking Matters: Parking: An Industry Poised for Disruption? (September 24)
  • Shareable: Streets and Sidewalks Should Be Used to Improve Our Health (September 23)
  • Streetsblog Ohio: Today’s Headlines: A Low-Cost Way to Finally Address Bus Bunching Problem (September 22)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Most Read: A Possible Solution for Bus Bunching (September 21)
  • Government Computer News: D.C. Tackles Bus Bunching With Smartphones (September 21)
  • Streetsblog California: D.C. Solves “Bus Bunching” With Low-Cost Technology(September 18)
  • Community Builders: What’s We’re Reading: Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design (September 18)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Breakfast Links: Better Bus, No Bunching (September 18)
  • CUTRLines Daily: “Bus Bunching” Being Solved in D.C. Thanks to Low-Cost Technology (September 18)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Bus Bunching Fixed in DC with Low Cost Technology (September 18)
  • Streetsblog California: Free Transit Experiment in Montana Brings Unexpected Benefits (September 16)
  • Shareable: Free Transit Attracts Riders, Helps Communities in More Ways Than One (September 16)
  • Planetizen: Uber’s Stumble Into urban Design (September 14)
  • Groundswell: How Can We Make the Car-Free Movement More Inclusive? (September 13)
  • Advancing Mobility: Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design. Are Cities Ready? (September 12)
  • Mother Nature Network: Allure of Connectivity Boosts Public Transit (September 11)
  • Tech Investor News: Allure of Connectivity Boosts Public Transit (September 11)
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link): Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design. Are Cities Ready? (September 9)
  • Advancing Mobility: Transit’s Simple Advantage? You Can Use Smartphones (September 9)
  • WCPO Cincinnati: Public Car Share Program BlueIndy Launches in Indianapolis (September 8)
  • Fare-Free New Jersey: Want Business? Got #Transit? (September 6)
  • Instigate This: Could the Sharing Economy Bring Back Hitchhiking? (September 6)
  • Albuquerque Journal:  Getting Public On Board With Bikeshare System (September 4)
  • CUTRLines Daily: Free Transit Attracts Riders and Helps Communities in More Ways Than One (September 4)
  • Advancing Mobility: Free Transit Attracts Riders and Helps Communities in More Ways Than One (September 4)
  • Fusion: Researchers Say People Are Choosing Public Transit So They Can Stare at Their Smartphones (September 3)
  • Victoria Transport Policy Institute newsletter (no link): Autonomous Vehicles Are a Traffic Solution Only Alongside Better City Planning (September 1, Summer 2015)

August 2015

July 2015

June 2015

  • ARLnow: Startup Monday: Website Helps Commuters Go Car-Free (June 29)
  • TransitCenter: StreetsCamp Elevates Transit Discourse in Washington DC Metro Region (June 29)
  • Brasco International: Bikesharing, Carsharing Lead the Way on Local Transportation Sharing-Economy Initiatives (June 26)
  • Planetizen: Use Positive Storytelling to Change the Message for Alternative Transportation (June 25)
  • StreetsCamp: Telling Better Stories About Public Transportation (June 25)
  • Advancing Mobility: Businesses Moving to Where the Public Transportation Is – Downtown (June 25)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Why Positive Storytelling Matters to Transportation (June 23)
  • BeyondDC: Why Positive Storytelling Matters to Transportation (June 23)
  • Washington City & Press: Why Positive Storytelling Matters to Transportation (June 23)
  • The Urban Sustainability Lab: Car-Free Commuting Just Got a Whole Lot Easier in D.C. (June 22)
  • ARLnow: Arlington to Reach Out to the “Casual” Cyclist (June 22)
  • Biking in L.A.: Fighting Among Ourselves Won’t Make Bicycling Grow (June 19)
  • Streetsblog USA: Living in the Heart of DC Could Be Cheaper Than the Outer Suburbs (June 18)
  • The Multimodalist: Does Chicago’s Elevated “LL Get the Fundamentals of Transit Right? (June 16)
  • Travelfore: Rijeka – A Beautiful Croatian City At Night (June 16)
  • Planetizen: Lack of Data Still Impedes Multi-Modal Trip Navigation (June 15)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Events Roundup: StreetsCamp (June 15)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: A Playbook for Persuading People to Use Public Transportation (June 15)
  • Neighborhood Effects: Why Regulations That Require Cabs To Be Painted the Same Color Are Counterproductive (June 12)
  • Greater Greater Washington: The Circulator Will Start on the National Mall on Sunday (June 12)
  • CityV3: The Good and the Bad of the Capital Bikeshare Member Survey (June 12)
  • The Future Drive Daily: Transit Oriented Development and Planning (June 12)
  • The PRTP Daily: Should Uber Get Special Treatment? A Look at Sharing-Economy Rules (June 10)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Events Roundup: StreetsCamp (June 8)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: A Playbook for Persuading People to Use Public Transportation (June 6)
  • CUTRLines Daily: A Playbook for Persuading People to Use Public Transportation (June 5)
  • CUTRLines Daily: Transit Agencies Need Online Savvy to Influence Politics (June 3)
  • Huffington Post: Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C. (June 1)
  • Hot News Online: Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C. (June 1)
  • Topix: Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C. (June 1)
  • Lockerdome: Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C. (June 1)
  • 9ija News: Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C. (June 1)

May 2015

April 2015

March 2015

February 2015

  • Momentum Magazine: Now We Have Scientific Proof That Bikeshare Makes Your City Cleaner (February 27)
  • The Roanoke Star: How Tricky “Automobile Love Affair” PR Buried Roanoke’s Treasured Past (February 25)
  • Lake Norman (N.C.) Citizen: No Debate: North Meck Program a Proven Asset (February 25)
  • Greater Greater Washington: I Can Take the Bus From My Neighborhood To Just About Anywhere in D.C. (February 24)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: An Inside Glimpse of How Parking is Going High-Tech (February 23)
  • Tin Lizzie Rides Again: Snow and Spring and Shoes (February 23)
  • Ashoka: Ashoka Recognized as a 2014 Arlington Transportation Partners Champion (February 23)
  • Noodls: Ashoka Recognized as a 2014 Arlington Transportation Partners Champion (February 23)
  • Arlington Transportation Partners: CarFreeAtoZ – Trip Planning Tool Updates (February 11)
  • WAMU 88.5: In Arlington, Cash-Friendly Bikeshare Eliminates a Barrier to Low-Income residents (February 6)
  • Parking Exec: SF Park: Lesson Learned From a Market-Priced Parking Experiment (February 5)
  • Frontier Group: D.C., S.F., Austin Among Top-Ranked Cities for Technology-Enabled Transportation (February 4)
  • InsideNova: Arlington Businesses Honored as “Commuter Champions” (February 4)
  • The Transit Wire: Weekend Roundup: Seven Apps Every Transit Rider Needs (February 2)
  • Spokefly: A Closer Look at Bikeshare Data (February 2)

January 2015

December 2014

  • Greater Greater Washington: New Bloggers! Better Bloggers! (December 31)
  • DCist: Video: Bikeshare Users’ Trips To and From Union Station (December 29)
  • TransportGooru: Job Alert – Research Analyst at Mobility Lab (December 22)
  • ARLNow: Morning Notes: Optimism for Office Vacancies in Arlington (December 19)
  • Arlington Transportation Partners: Weekly Wrap: TransitScreen Looks to Keep Up with Fast-Changing Transportation Landscape (December 19)
  • Arlington Transportation Partners: Weekly Wrap: Transit is Efficient, Attractive, Enjoyable, Prestigious, and, Yes, Safe (December 19)
  • TedEytan.com: Just Reading: “Social Innovation” and Social Innovators (People Who Take No As a Question) (December 16)
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter: TransitScreen Looks to Keep Up with Fast-Changing Transportation Landscape (December 16)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Events Roundup: Evaluating Protected Bikelanes (December 15)
  • Greater Greater Washington: The Lincoln Memorial Just Became Capital Bikeshare’s Busiest Station (December 12)
  • BeyondDC: The Lincoln Memorial Just Became Capital Bikeshare’s Busiest Station (December 12)
  • Arlington Transportation Partners: Weekly Wrap: Real-Estate Investors: Pay Attention to 18-Hour Cities, Millennials, and Infrastructure in 2015 (December 12)
  • Tin Lizzie Rides Again: BECC, TDM, and Me (December 11)
  • Capital Bikeshare Blog: Hack Night Brings Trip Data to Life (December 9)
  • Every Body Walk!: Social Innovation: Visualizing the Movement of Bikeshare Bikes Around the Center for Total Health, Washington D.C. (December 8)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Events Roundup: Building Safe Communities/TransportationCamp (December 8)
  • METRO Magazine: Time is On Our Side With Automated Vehicles (December 5)
  • Advancing Mobility: Autotopia Night – Transportation Techies (December 5)
  • TedEytan.com: Social Innovation: Visualizing the Movement of Bikeshare Bikes Around the Center for Total Health, Washington D.C. (December 4)
  • InsideNova: Fairfax Residents in Middle of Pack on Commuter Satisfaction (December 2)

November 2014

  • InsideNova: Arlington Commuters (Generally) Accepting of Their Daily Grind (November 28)
  • InsideNova: Survey: Most Fairfax Commuters OK With Their Daily Grind (November 28)
  • Urbanful: Now We Have Scientific Proof That Bikeshare Makes Your City Cleaner (November 27)
  • Washington Post: Trains, Buses, Bike or Feet – A Detailed Look at How Arlingtonians Get to Work (November 18)
  • WTOP: More Arlington Residents Biking and Walking to Work, Researcher Says (November 17)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Events Roundup: Road to Happy Events (November 17)
  • Advancing Mobility: More Arlington Residents Biking and Walking to Work, Researcher Says (November 15)
  • Washington Post Express (page 4): Arlington Plans to Plow Bike Trails (November 14)
  • ARLnow: More Arlington Residents Biking and Walking to Work, Researcher Says (November 14)
  • Arlington Transportation Partners: Weekly Wrap: New Regional Study Details How Commuters Get To and From Arlington (November 14)
  • Washington Post: Arlington to Plow Up to 10 Miles of Bike Trails After Snowstorms This Winter (November 13)
  • The Washingtonian: Here’s How Commuters Get To and From Arlington (November 13)
  • ACT Connections: Mobility Lab Infographic on Commuter Trends (November 13)
  • Arlington Transportation Partners: Ridesharing Vs. Uber, Lyft, Etc.: What’s the Difference (November 13)
  • Advancing Mobility: Bike Hack Night II: Transportation Techies (November 7)
  • Bike Around Bend: News Bites: North American Bikeshare Association (November 3)
  • Tech Cocktail: Wearable Tech Will Transform Walkability of Our Cities (November 2)
  • The Black Urbanist: Inspiring People: Veronica O. Davis (November 2)

October 2014

  • Better By Bicycle: TransportCamp Melbourne Data, Apps, Links and Idea (October 31)
  • Arlington Transportation Partners: In the News: Employers Key to Transportation Fix (October 30)
  • Price Tags: Millennials in Motion – Yet More Reports (October 29)
  • Urbanful: Real-time, Customized Transit Information Coming to a Screen Near You (October 27)
  • APA Virginia Daily: Redfin Buys WalkScore to Make Online Home-Hunting a Little Less Maddening (October 24)
  • Arlington Transportation Partners: Weekly Wrap: Messages for Getting People to Bike Need to Be Revamped (October 17)
  • GreaterPlaces: Four More Days – Back Cards Against Urbanity on Kickstarter (October 17)
  • ARLNow: Cyclists Facing “Bikelash” (October 14)
  • Tech Cocktail: 6 Ways to Become Your Own City Planner (October 10)
  • Planetizen: Shifting the Message to Attract More Bike Riders (October 9)
  • Biking Toronto: “Bike to Work” is the Wrong Message (October 9)
  • Biking in L.A.: Morning Links: Bike Advocate Says We Should Refocus on Recreation (October 8)
  • Advancing Mobility: Roanoke’s Placemaking Shows a City on the Rise (October 8)
  • CityWorks(X)po: Roanoke’s Placemaking Shows a City on the Rise (October 7)
  • Cyclelicious: This Post is a Secret Message: Bike Advocates Should Focus Less on Work Trips (October 7)
  • @smogilvie) rounded up the best tweets/Instagrams from 2014 CityWorks (X)po, held Oct. 2-4 in Roanoke, Va. What is (X)po? “An interactive summit of people involved in and passionate about the work of creating vibrant, dynamic, wonderful communities.”Roanoke Times digital editor Stephanie Ogilvie (@smogilvie) rounded up the best tweets/Instagrams from 2014 CityWorks (X)po, held Oct. 2-4 in Roanoke, Va. What is (X)po? “An interactive summit of people involved in and passionate about the work of creating vibrant, dynamic, wonderful communities.”Roanoke Times digital editor Stephanie Ogilvie (@smogilvie) rounded up the best tweets/Instagrams from 2014 CityWorks (X)po, held Oct. 2-4 in Roanoke, Va. What is (X)po? “An interactive summit of people involved in and passionate about the work of creating vibrant, dynamic, wonderful communities.”Roanoke Times digital editor Stephanie Ogilvie (@smogilvie) rounded up the best tweets/Instagrams from 2014 CityWorks (X)po, held Oct. 2-4 in Roanoke, Va. What is (X)po? “An interactive summit of people involved in and passionate about the work of creating vibrant, dynamic, wonderful communities.”https://storify.com/roanoketimes/the-best-of-cityworks-x-po-2014-in-tweets?utm_content=storify-pingback&utm_source=t.co&utm_medium=sfy.co-twitter&utm_campaign=&awesm=sfy.co_qizK” target=”_blank”>Roanoke Times: The Best of CityWorks (X)po 2014 (October 6)
  • Car News: Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams? (October 5)
  • Kronosim: Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams? (October 5)
  • Autoblog: Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams? (October 5)
  • Cars: Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams? (October 5)
  • Hybrids Evolution: Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams? (October 5)
  • Space Time and I: Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams? (October 5)
  • Zakazmashini.ru: Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams? (October 5)
  • 3000 Mile Oil Change – Truth or Myth?: Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams? (October 5)

September 2014

August 2014

  • ARLNow: “Blog Comment Sections” Hurting Arlington Way? (August 27)
  • DCist: How to Cross Ten D.C. Bridges in One Bike Ride (August 25)
  • Streetsblog: America’s Progress on Street Safety is Pathetic (August 20)
  • The Energy Mix: Bicyclists Must Feel Safe on the Road, Says Transportation Secretary Foxx (August 14)
  • DCist: Video: How Often Capital Bikeshare’s Riders Cross the Region’s Rivers (August 7)
  • Curbed DC: Video Interlude (August 7)
  • ARLNow: Ask Adam: The Future of Ballston (August 5)
  • Portland Accident Lawyers: Bike-Walk Funding Facing Bumpy Road (August 2)
  • ARLNow: Finding Love on Metro (August 1)

July 2014

June 2014

May 2014

  • Planetizen: Are Helicopter Parents Destroying Mobility for Young Americans? (May 29)
  • UrbOrb – Comprehensive Development and Planning: Various Mobility Lab Headlines (May 2014)
  • BikinginLA: Ten Rules to Build Better Bike Parking (May 28)
  • Streetsblog: Arlington Offers National Model of TOD (May 28)
  • ARLNow: Arlington Losing Its Urban Village Advantage? (May 28)
  • Nuzzel: Are Fearful, Lurking Parents a Reason for Uninspired Transportation Choice? May 27)
  • Transit Miami: Bikesharing is Good for Taxpayers and the Local Economy (May 16)
  • Dinner and Bikes: Event Dates and Book Signing at Mobility Lab June 17 (May 15)
  • ARLNow: GMU Students Make Transportation Recommendations (May 13)
  • Planetizen: A Primer on Effective Bike Parking (May 9)
  • TransitCenter: The Latest Battle in the Mobility War (May 8)
  • Inside NOVA: Fairchild, Mobility Lab to Receive Regional Honor (May 8)
  • Inside NOVA: Arlington Mobility Lab, Director to Receive Regional Honor (May 6)
  • HeadWater Solutions: Health Effects of Traffic, Part 1 (May 5)
  • Uber OFF!!!: Uberspeak – Controlling the Message (May 2)
  • Community Builders: What We’re Reading: Cities Are Often Bad Places for Cars and … Oh Yeah … People Too (May 2)
  • WTOP: Public Transit Displays Offer Options for Commuters (May 1)
  • Carnegie Mellon’s Traffic21: Swedish Embassy, Mobility Lab Partner on Smart Living Challenge (May 1)

April 2014

  • MemePosts: Arlington’s Embrace of Transit-Oriented Development Linked to Health, Sprawl Study Says (April 29)
  • Amtrak: Mobility Expert Says Skip the Car Visiting Nation’s Capital (April 26)
  • TransitCenter: When Employer Programs Can and Can’t Unlock Major Transit Gains (April 25)
  • Emotion Bike: Seven Reasons to Let Your Child Walk or Bike to School (April 19)
  • Washington Post: Why “Trust and Safety” Are No Longer Free on UberX and Lyft (April 18)
  • Report on Obamacare: Why “Trust and Safety” Are No Longer Free on UberX and Lyft (April 18)
  • Washington Post: Look Ma, No Spandex: Once-Reluctant Rider Won Over by Ease of Capital Bikeshare (April 16)
  • Arlington Patch: Pedestrian-Bicycle Footbridge Needed at Traffic-Gridlocked Key Bridge (April 16)
  • Clarendon-Courthouse Rosslyn Patch: Pedestrian-Bicycle Footbridge Needed at Traffic-Gridlocked Key Bridge (April 16)
  • Dana Tours: The Technology Behind a New Kind of Travel Planning (April 16)
  • Georgetown Patch: Pedestrian-Bicycle Footbridge Needed at Traffic-Gridlocked Key Bridge (April 15)
  • Bongorama: Say What? How Cars and Bikers Can Share Parking Spaces! (April 14)
  • DCist: Capital Bikeshare Had Its Biggest Day Ever Tuesday (Aprill 10)
  • ARLNow: Morning Poll: Pedestrian Bridge from Rosslyn to Georgetown? (April 10)
  • Triple Pundit: Apple’s New Headquarters Missing a Major Green Point (April 10)
  • POLITICO: Apple’s Transportation Program is Inadequate (April 10)
  • Streetsblog USA: Apple Transportation Program Stuck in Past (April 9)
  • BikeTrailers.org: Apple Transportation Program Stuck in Past (April 9)
  • METRO Magazine: Apple Transportation Program Stuck in Past (April 8)
  • The Tysons Corner: Inspiration Monday: Arlington Looks to Avoid Parking “Tragedy of the Commons” (April 7)
  • Institute of Transportation Engineers Journal (member login required): Providing Travel Choices for Vibrant Streets: Transportation Demand Management in Arlington, Virginia, USA (April issue)

March 2014

February 2014

  • The Atlantic Cities: These Real-Time Transit Screens Belong in Every Lobby (February 26)
  • Washington City Paper: E-bikes Are on the Rise (February 24)
  • The Alamedan: Alameda Point Explained: Taming Traffic (February 20)
  • New Cities Foundation: Re-imagining Urban Mobility: February Tweet Chat Highlights (February 18)
  • Washington Business Journal: Mobility Lab’s Multiple Traffic Congestion Fixes (February 12)
  • Ideas Lab: Share and Ride Alike: Mobility Innovation for the Sharing Economy (February 12)
  • Smart Chicago: Hack Night Live: Divvy Data II (February 11)
  • New Cities Foundation: Tweet Chat #3: Reimagining Urban Mobility (February 10)
  • Sulia: FYI D.C.-Area Readers: CarFreeNearMe.com (February 7)
  • ARLnow: County Launches Transit Tech Initiative (February 3)
  • Capital Bikeshare: Tech Savvy Members Create New Ways of Seeing Bikeshare in Action (February 3)

January 2014

December 2013

November 2013

October 2013

  • Learning Social Media: FAST Potomac Yard Helping Community Save Big Money on Transportation (October 30)
  • NeoNiche Strategies: Highlight Reel from Ray LaHood’s Recent Speech (October 30)
  • The Transit Wire: Mobility Lab Has Set Up a Demo Site for OneBusAway (October 28)
  • After Market Leads: Former Secretary of Transportation LaHood Outlines His View of Future Transportation Systems in U.S., Calls for 10-Cent Boost in Gasoline Tax (October 26)
  • Green Car Congress: Former Secretary of Transportation LaHood Outlines His View of Future Transportation Systems in U.S., Calls for 10-Cent Boost in Gasoline Tax (October 25)
  • Urban Velo: The Future of Transportation in America, With Ray LaHood (October 25)
  • PRWeb: Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary (October 25)
  • 125 additional media outlets published Mobility Lab’s Ray LaHood video (October 25)
  • Street Insider: Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary (October 25)
  • Digital Journal: Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary (October 25)
  • One News Page: Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary (October 25)
  • Watch List News: Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary (October 25)
  • TedEytan.com: Now Reading: The Obesity Paradox – should lack of physical fitness be considered a medical emergency? (October 23)
  • The Economist: How Do Bike-sharing Schemes Shape Cities? (October 22)
  • CNNMoney: Chamber of Commerce: Raise Gas Tax to Fix Roads (October 21)
  • Washington Business Journal: Empty Spaces: New Apartment Developments Need Plenty of Parking, Right? An Arlington County Study Suggests Otherwise (October 18)
  • The Hill: LaHood: Rise Gas Tax by 10 Cents Per Gallon (October 17)
  • ARLnow: Study: Arlington Could Cut Back on Parking Spaces (October 17)
  • POLITICO: Remember Ray? (October 17)
  • Washington Business Journal: Thumbs Down for A&R’s Huntington Metro Project From Fairfax Planners (October 17)
  • WAMU 88.5 FM: Former Transportation Secretary Calls on Congress to Raise Gas Tax (October 16)
  • Tax Analysts: Former Transportation Secretary Advocates Gas Tax Increase (October 16)
  • Transport Topics: Fuel Tax Should Rise 10 Cents, Says Former Transportation Secretary LaHood (October 16)
  • WAMU 88.5 FM: As Arlington Gets Denser, Planners Study How to Right-Size Parking Lots (October 16)
  • George Mason: The Future of Transportation in America (October 16)
  • Future of Everything: LaHood Offers Suggestions for “the Future of Transportation in America” (October 16)
  • Arlington Sun Gazette: People First: The Future of Transportation in America, with Ray LaHood (October 15)
  • Virginia Deal Daddy: People First: The Future of Transportation in America, with Ray LaHood (October 15)
  • Radio Slot Network: Arlington’s Local Transportation Data Helps Others Nationwide (October 11)
  • Radio Slot Network: A Call for Traffic Data to Improve Our Transportation Systems (October 11)
  • Young Professionals in Transportation: DC Event Alert: Former U.S. DOT Secretary LaHood to Speak at Mobility Lab (October 10)
  • Mission Inn Riverside: Mobility Lab is Thrilled to Announce an Event with Former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood (October 6)

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June 2013

  • Coalition for Smarter Growth: Is Washington D.C. a Walkable and Bikable City? These People Say It Is (June 19)
  • Care2: How Do Bicyclists and Pedestrians Get Equal Rights in America? (June 15)
  • The Transit Wire: Visualization Shows Nine Years of Metro Ridership (June 6)
  • Radio Slot Network: Data Palooza Helps USDOT Plan for Our Transportation Future (June 6)
  • Transportation Research Board: Use of Electronic Passenger Information Signage in Transit (Mobility Lab section begins on page 46) (June 4)
  • Delmarva News: Pedestrian and Cyclist Rights Are a Horse of a Different Color (June 4)
  • Denton (Maryland) News: Pedestrian and Cyclist Rights Are a Horse of a Different Color (June 4)
  • PlanItMetro: Visualization of Nine Years of Metro Ridership (June 4)
  • Pulsar Advertising: On Bikesharing & Caring About Our Commute (June 3)

May 2013

  • Car-Free Diet: Reflecting on Five Years of the Car-Free Lifestyle (May 28)
  • Washington Post: With Bike Sharing, New York Tries to Keep Up With D.C. But First It Must Deal With New York (May 26)
  • The Transport Industry Daily: Shopping is 45 Percent of U.S. Miles Traveled, Study Finds (May 24)
  • DCist: Capital Bikeshare: Good for Wallet, Good for Body (May 23)
  • WJLA ABC7: Tour de D.C. (May 23)
  • Energy Central: Secretary LaHood Lauds Capital Bikeshare as Pioneer: Bikeshare Option Saves Members $17 Million (May 23)
  • Patch: Capital Bikeshare Member Benefits Detailed in New Reports (May 23)
  • POLITICO Morning Transportation: Biking Bigger, Better (May 23)
  • Bethesda Now: Capital Bikeshare Survey Says Bikeshare Users Are Healthier, Make Trips They Wouldn’t Have Otherwise Made (May 23)
  • Washington City Paper: Rolling Around (May 23)
  • WTOP: Capital Bikeshare Helps to Drive Local Economies (May 22)
  • WTOP (not on web): Capital Bikeshare Has Never Had a Fatal Injury – BikeArlington’s Chris Eatough (May 22)
  • WNYC/Transportation Nation: Capital Bikeshare’s Data Dive: Users Drive Less, Save Money, and Don’t Mirror D.C.’s Demographics (May 22)
  • Washington City Paper: Capital Bikeshare Riders: Younger, Whiter, More Male Than D.C. Average (May 22)
  • DCist: Capital Bikeshare Riders Saving Decent Money on Transportation, But Demographically Bland (May 22)
  • Greater Greater Washington: Bikeshare and Better Health Go Together (May 22)
  • WAMU 88.5 NPR: Capital Bikeshare Encourages New Trips, Saves Users Money on Travel (May 22)
  • DC Streetsblog (and San Francisco Streetsblog): Capital Bikeshare Members Reduced Their Driving 4.4 Million Miles Per Year (May 22)
  • Washington Examiner: Surveys: many Bikeshare Riders Wouldn’t Have Driven (May 22)
  • Exotic Travel: Capital Bikeshare’s Data Dive (May 22)
  • Control Group: Just in Time Transit (May 20)
  • Global Workplace Analytics: “Telehealth:” The Elderly Equivalent to Telework (May 9)
  • Monday Campaigns: Walking on Mondays Looks Like a Healthy, Smart Business Strategy (May 8)
  • Patch: Local Voice Contributors to Check Out (May 5)
  • Patch: Study: Business Leaders Give High Marks to Transportation System in Arlington (May 3)

April 2013

  • TedEytan.com: Transportation and Health: A Tour of the Future (April 24)
  • Capitol Communicator: MAMS Insight: PR in a Social World (April 22)
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box: How Does Social Media Fit in to Traditional Public Relations? (April 20)
  • Speakerbox: PR in a Social World – A Mid-America Marketing Summit Recap (April 19)
  • Price Tags: More Evidence of Peak Car: Arlington is Booming and Traffic Remains Fantastically at 1970s Levels (April 17)
  • Patch: Arlington Support of Regional Transit Projects Key to Job Growth (April 15)
  • DCist: Bikeshare Broke Ridership Record Again on Saturday with First Five-Digit Day (April 15)
  • An Urbanist in Paris: Show Me the Data! or Stuff I’ve Read About Velib, Part 4 of 4 (April 15)
  • ARLNow: Event Examines Seniors’ Transportation Needs (April 12)
  • Insurance Broadcasting: Transportation Solutions Presented to Guide Seniors Through Driving Retirement (April 12)
  • DCist: Capital Bikeshare Had Its Biggest Day Ever Tuesday (April 10)
  • Ralph Buehler: New Blog Entry for Mobility Lab (April 5)
  • Senior Navigator: Mobility Lab Symposium – Transportation Solutions for Aging in Auto-centric America (April 2)

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