We are in the midst of truly extraordinary times, there’s no doubt about it, but with the current push to reclaim our streets from the motor vehicle to facilitate a bit of physical distancing while getting a breath of fresh air, who better to welcome into the Active Towns Podcast than the preeminent transportation historian, Peter D. Norton, Associate Professor of History in the Department of Engineering and Society at the University of Virginia and the author of Fighting Traffic: The Dawn of the Motor Age in the American City, published in 2008, by the MIT Press.
Additional Helpful Links:
Fietsstraat (or bicycle priority street)
Woonerf (or shared street)
Silent Spring by Rachel Carson
Level of Service (LOS)
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