Teachers leave behind their lonesome commutes
Arlington County, Va., has a first-in-the-nation program to help teachers and staff with their commutes to work. Watch the first of our new series of videos called The Switch. Many Americans are coming to the realization that driving alone to work is no longer cool, sustainable, healthy, or smart.
Making streets more efficient
Sharing rides, bikes, and cars allows more people to get around on our current transportation infrastructure with less traffic.
Getting driverless right
As driverless transportation leans more mainstream, communities will need to be ready.
How Arlington moves
A historically transit-oriented community, Arlington County has a unique mix of transportation options.
Applied open data
Smarter transit decisions through better info
Open data sharing policies allows transit agencies and civic developers to learn more about how riders use their systems.
VOX / Mobility Lab Video
The high cost of free parking
It’s estimated that, in America, there are eight parking spots for every car, covering up to 30 percent of our cities, and collectively taking up about as much space as the state of West Virginia. The more parking we have, the more encouraged we are to drive and to shape our urban landscapes based on that parking.