Making Vision Zero Work

The City of Austin has released its draft Vision Zero plan, making it the latest among several cities aiming to eliminate traffic-related deaths through policy and infrastructure changes. In part Vision Zero is a response to the alarmingly high traffic fatalities in 2015, when Austin had more than 100 road deaths. 2016 is shaping up […]

Contest: Love is in the Air . . . So Will You Be Our Commute Valentine?

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and we at Movability know that Cupid can strike anywhere. In the spirit of the season, we’re asking you to share photos or anecdotes with us on Twitter about romantic moments that you’ve experienced while using mobility options – that can mean bikes, buses, trains, carpools, or anything that’s […]

Pokin’ Fun at D.C. Myth Busters

CityLab, a bunch of transportation wonks from Washington D.C., recently published a list of “10 Tired Traffic Myths That Didn’t Get a Rest in 2015.” We found ourselves agreeing with much of their Mythbusting, but grimacing at the geeky way they said it. So we decided to put our own Texas spin to the headlines of […]