Stephanie Pollack says “someone else’s car” as a mode of transportation is not recognized by U.S. transportation planners. Informal systems such as these need to be recognized as they have implications both here and abroad.
IN THE continuing debate over no-parking housing in Boston, Stanley Spiegel’s Oct. 11 letter cites my research at Northeastern University’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy but draws precisely the wrong conclusion from our work (“Even with nearby transit options, car keys will be jingling”). The research found that in half of neighborhoods newly served by transit, […]
Martine Powers, a Boston Globe reporter who was embedded for a week in Northeastern’s summer Dialogue of Civilizations program, gives her take on how the Netherlands created a mecca for cyclists. She says the Dutch have created better infrastructure, better cyclists and more bike-aware motorists. In essence, they’ve created a bicycling culture.
Employment and appointments suffer By Javier Panzar | BOSTON GLOBE | JULY 10, 2013 Sixty-three-year-old Terrie Cherry, a primary care attendant, crisscrosses Worcester up to seven times a day on the local buses to reach her patients. She rides Route 6 in the morning, and if the bus is late, as it was twice […]