Good Read: Climate Revenues Could Transform Transportation

From WinnipegFreePress.com: “With almost two-thirds of Manitobans living in Winnipeg’s metropolitan area, targeted, forward-looking investment in the city’s urban infrastructure represents a significant opportunity to make bold moves that leverage those dollars to reduce our carbon footprint, grow the economy and build a more competitive and progressive city. Establishing a modern, urban public transportation system … Read more →

Good Read: 5 Reasons Why Amsterdam Works So Well for Bikes

From CityLab.com: “People unfamiliar with the idea of the bicycle as real transportation sometimes see Amsterdam—the famously bike-friendly Dutch capital—as a fantasyland that has very little to do with the grown-up transportation world of cars and trucks. In reality, a readjustment of perspective is needed, since Amsterdam has succeeded in creating a transportation system that … Read more →

Good Read: Time to Love Portage and Main

From WinnipegFreePress.com: “Elevating the role of pedestrians downtown can be a step towards making Winnipeg one of those vibrant and prosperous cities we fall in love with.” “To achieve this, we must begin to make changes that give equal priority to cars and pedestrians, creating active and walkable streets that improve pedestrian connectivity and allow … Read more →

Good Read: The Future of Mobility in Cities: Multimodal and Integrated

A few colourful and concise thoughts on getting around to jump start this short work week. Enjoy! From Planetizen.com: “Sustainable, inclusive, prosperous, and resilient cities depend on transportation that facilitates the safe, efficient and pollution-free flow of people and goods, while also providing affordable, healthy, and integrated mobility for all. Innovative shared and autonomous transportation … Read more →