Long considered recreational, skateboarding could become as common as cycling, starting on college campuses.
SFMTA is supposed to reduce car dependence and foster alternative transport. But it does the opposite.
There is latent demand for them - if only regulators would get out of the way.
CDMX has a ubiquitous private transit network that's fast & cheap.
In episode 3 of the Market Urbanism podcast, we discuss how bikeshare, scooters, and other alternative transit solutions can help cities.
There has been some criticism of microtransit. Here I dissect the different points.
Austin could be a city where dockless scooters thrive. But this will require more density and safer road design.
A voucher plan would produce a buffet of options for transit riders.