Transportation

“Twenty is Plenty” is more than a clever rhyme

The subject promised for today has been shoved aside in favor of a subject that abruptly gained urgency.

I’ve previously written about the “Twenty is Plenty” movement. Adherents promote the argument that most vehicular speeds within towns should be limited to twenty miles per hour. It’s a crusade that has gained a foothold in […]

Durable Growth, Transportation

Further thoughts on “Hero”, lane widths, and civic independence

Some blog posts, including ones I thought were insightful and original, quickly fade in the rearview mirror of time. Others, often to my surprise, gather speed in the weeks after publication, with new readers, feedback, and information on the topic arriving regularly.

(By reader count, my most popular post ever, by a factor of ten, […]