Just as there are two Americas, there are two types of cyclists. First, there are the Cyclists with a capital “C,” clad in Lycra and obsessed with speed. These cyclists probably spent upwards of $1,000 on a bike, are often male, and everything about them signals that cycling is not for mere mortals. These adrenaline… Read more »
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- Disparity across D.C. region's commute times a "serious equity problem" An analysis from the Washington Post, with transit-mapping software provider Mapzen, highlights several severe disparities...
- Analysis suggests autonomous transit would be most efficient use of AV technology Authors make the case for employing AVs in ways to minimize VMT increases
Mobility Lab has often stressed the...
- WMATA Metrobus data projects explore effects of fare payments, disruptions Other presenters at Transportation Techies’ Bus Hack Night shared projects to help riders better understand...
- Biking education books spread to Arlington's free libraries Little free libraries present a chance to share awareness of transportation options
Educating people about transportation...
- Friday, April 28, 2017An interesting traffic experiment continues apace in the Kentucky city. The earliest part of the experiment showed that adding tolls reduced traffic. And now, through
- Friday, April 28, 2017We knew all along that buses were cool. And now Lyft has figured that out as well. Will it work? It sure seems there could
- Thursday, April 27, 2017Authors make the case for employing AVs in ways to minimize VMT increases Mobility Lab has often stressed the importance of autonomous vehicles being introduced as fleets rather than
- Wednesday, April 26, 2017Mobility Lab is studying the many unknowns about the market impact and the local community impact from the introduction of autonomous cars to our roads. And there
- Wednesday, April 26, 2017Sports fans in the DC region don't have to be limited by new, shorter Metro hours. While they absolutely should skip the traffic and parking