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Adam Russell

Adam Russell

Adam is Mobility Lab's managing editor.
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What Every Candidate (and Voter) Should Know about Bikeshare

While many in the transportation world already understand the implications of urban bikeshare systems, candidates for local elected office, especially in jurisdictions outside the urban core, who don’t bike on a daily basis might have some questions on how it all fits together. Where is everyone on those sturdy red bikes going? Why is it… Read more »

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Mobility Lab Express #72 – October 15, 2015

Our streets and transportation choices were not always centered on cars. Decades of shifting cultural values and incentives have molded public, pedestrian spaces into the dangerous domain of the personal car. Storytelling is one powerful way we can reshape how we think about our transportation systems and open new avenues for more effective and safer options…. Read more »

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Mobility Lab Express #71 – October 1, 2015

This week, the Shared Use Mobility Summit took place in Chicago, casting light on the rapid growth of shared and on-demand transportation services available in cities. Transportation leaders came together from the public and private sectors to discuss new trends and how companies and agencies can better work together to foster collaboration and innovation. With better… Read more »

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Pope visit highlights an overlooked option: teleworking

In the weeks ahead of Pope Francis’ visit to Washington, D.C., transportation agencies predicted three days of dire traffic and crowds flooding the District – comparable to those from a presidential inauguration. However, as the schedule of events played out, many residents were pleasantly surprised to see empty streets, light traffic, and significantly smaller crowds… Read more »