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January 23, 2020

It (Still) Comes Back To The Curb

When was the last time you were faced with a long and nuanced undertaking, something that required a daunting amount of planning, plus concerted action, a lengthy approval process, endless trials and errors, re-tries and new errors, pushback from all angles, and not enough ibuprofen? Perhaps, well before the headache even began, you deferred and ... Read More

January 9, 2020

True or False? Three Of The Biggest Claims About Driverless Vehicles

Oh, they’re coming. There’s no doubt about that. Instead, any doubt about autonomous vehicles lies in the quality of the claims surrounding their arrival, capabilities, and the benefits they’ll bring to our cities’ mobility ecosystems. Over the past half-decade or so, claim after amazing claim was made about their promise. And for a while, their ... Read More

November 19, 2019

Curbing Urban Congestion: It All Comes Back To Our Cities’ Best Asset

The curb. That chaotic cocktail of storefronts and scooter speedways, temporary vehicle storage and pedestrian migration, valets and hotdog vendors. It’s a wildly dynamic aspect of street-level city living and arguably the most valuable asset of any given city. It’s also the most underutilized and overlooked. Or perhaps ignored. While curb transformation is a hot topic ... Read More

November 7, 2019

Lime On The Cut: The Potential Effects of Removing Lime Scooters from SD

They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, styles and colors, costs and speeds. Essentially overnight, they exploded onto city streets across the country in a wave of fun, freedom, and no shortage of backlash, that’s rolled through hundreds of cities in America. And, as the old trope goes, you either love ‘em or ... Read More

October 25, 2019

How to Avoid Going Wrong Way on Streets and in Life

Five blocks. That’s how far I watched a car cruise the wrong way down a one-way street last week. As it cruised past the ACE office building, a handful of speculations jumped to mind about the driver: drunk… old and senile… late for work and taking an unorthodox shortcut… But my reactionary assumptions quickly bowed ... Read More

October 18, 2019

Congestion Fees Work—As Bandages. But Our Cities Need Surgery

“I love LA, but the traffic is so bad.” You still hear that old thorn-on-the-rose comment, but now it seems more perfunctory than anything—sibling small talk to other banal conversation fillers like, “How ‘bout this weather?” or, “You still live at the same place, right?” The City of Angels is still a hell on earth ... Read More

October 10, 2019

It’s The Little Things That Count: IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

In life outside of work, we’re fond of not sweating the small stuff, or at least trying not to. If we’re good about it, ignoring life’s little weights goes a long way. Wouldn’t it be nice if it worked like that in business? In our era of digital ratings and reviews, when an organization ignores ... Read More

September 27, 2019

The Future is Wow: Today’s Most Advanced (and Awesome) Mobility Tech

Ours are times of unprecedented innovation across nearly all facets of life. From activism to kinesiology, computational science to spirituality, humans are pushing the envelope further today than we ever would have imagined just a generation ago. But nowhere is our thirst for innovation more evident than when it comes to tech. Technology is literally ... Read More

September 17, 2019

Transforming Parking Inefficiencies Into Profitable Opportunities

The next time you leave your office, take an extra glance at the parking stalls. They’re one of the most ubiquitous facets of infrastructure in any city and, thanks to the prioritization (and, to be fair, a general preference) for car ownership, they also play an integral and effective role in the lives of the ... Read More

September 6, 2019

What Lessons Have We Learned From The E-Scooter Storm?

They came, we rode, they conquered. What, since the revolution of the automobile, has been as swift, as controversial, and as disruptive to our national mobility ecosystem as the permeance of dockless scooters? While bike share programs have been around for decades (any visitors to Copenhagen since 1989 have been delighted by them) dockless mobility ... Read More

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