Monthly Archives: June 2011

AVOIDING “NIMBY” – Navigating Between Fear and Greed

TweetPropose to add bike lanes or narrow traffic lanes or even to install corner bulb-outs in either a suburb or an inner-city neighborhood, and you’re likely to run into the rejection chorus from long-time residents:  “You’ll just make congestion worse.” … Continue reading

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PARKS, GREENWAYS, AND TRANSPORTATION: Increasing Usefulness By Combining Visions

Tweet Parks have many functions.  Urban parks were originally seen as oases, cool and green antidotes to the noise and density of the city; a place for quiet walks, meditation, and observation of nature’s wonderfulness.  Over the years, a growing … Continue reading

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SHAPING TRAVEL CHOICES: The Four C’s of the Behavioral Context

TweetSeveral times each day, most of us move from one place to another using one of the many options available – walk or drive, take the stairs or the elevator, bike or bus, taxi or limousine.  Most of the time, … Continue reading

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