My hometown is a typical sprawling suburban city that is dealing with the the results of decades of car-centric development. The city was prepared to spend over $200 million to widen a short 8 kilometer stretch of stroad; their largest infrastructure project of all time.
But this project was recently cancelled, due to concerns about climate change. Will this be a turning point in car-dependency, or just a speed bump on the way to transforming "Forest City" into "Asphalt City"?
Special thanks to @Climate Town , @RMTransit , and @Alan Fisher for bringing boring London city staff report quotes to life.
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NJB Live (my bicycle livestream channel):
Hoofdweg, Hoek Postjeskade
Designing to Move People
0:05 The Wonders of Wonderland
1:16 The Widening Plan
2:19 30 Meters of Wonderland
3:22 30 Meters of Hoofdweg
4:36 Transit Moves More People
5:15 Inducing Demand
6:00 The Changing Tides (and Sea Levels)
7:21 Commence Greenwashing!
8:29 The Wrong Way to do Transit
10:38 Patreon Shoutout