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Streets For All w/ Michael Schneider (Season Finale)

In this episode, I connect with the founder of Streets For All, Michael Schneider. We discuss the recent huge win, Measure HLA, in the March 2024 Los Angeles elections...

Escaping the Housing Trap w/ Chuck Marohn (A walk 'n talk on the OTR streets of Cincinnati)

In this episode, Chuck Marohn, founder of Strong Towns, and I discuss the new book he co-wrote with Daniel Herriges, Escaping the Housing Trap: A Strong Towns Response...

Killed By A Traffic Engineer w/ Wes Marshall

In this episode, I reconnect with Professor Wes Marshall for a discussion about his new book Killed By A Traffic Engineer: Shattering the Delusion that Science Underli...

NYC's Cargo Bike Momma w/ Maddy Novich

In this episode, I connect with Maddy Novich, NYC-based mother of three, professor of criminology, and an accidental cargo bike influencer on Instagram, for a discussi...

How to Throw Car Culture Under the Bus w/Dan Hendry

In this episode, I connect with Dan Hendry, the driving force behind Canada's youth transit revolution and the Get On The Bus campaign, for an in-depth conversation ab...

Bicycle City, A new book by Dan Piatkowski

In this episode, I reconnect with Dan Piatkowski, Associate Professor of Integrated Land-Use and Transportation Planning at OsloMet University, for a conversation abou...

Oceano Bike Posse w/ Jim DeCecco

In this episode, I connect with Jim DeCecco, who has come out of retirement to help resurrect the Oceano, CA bike posse ice cream runs and restore the youth bike progr...

Stop Laughing Urbanism is Serious Stuff w/ Nate Hood

In this episode, I reconnect with my good friend, Nate Hood from Saint Paul, MN, to discuss his hilarious suburban engagement photos, his stand-up comedy routine, and ...

Amtrak: Updates & Tips for Touring the USA w/ Mike Christensen

In this episode, I reconnect with Mike Christensen, train travel expert and the Executive Director of the Utah Rail Passengers Association, for a discussion about rece...

Happily Car-Free in Detroit w/ Kristin Fehrman

In this episode, I connect with Kristin Fehrman of Walking Detroit for a conversation about how she profiles the beauty and simple pleasures of car-free living in Moto...

Driving Not An Option w/ Anna Zivarts

In this episode, I connect with Anna Zivarts, author of When Driving Is Not An Option: Steering Away from Car Dependency, a new book by Island Press, available on May ...

A Freeway Fighting ER Nurse Running for Texas Senate w/ Molly Cook

In this special election bonus episode, I connect with a dedicated Houston-based freeway fighter and ER Nurse, Molly Cook, who is running to fill the recently vacated ...

Bikeway Builder Running for City Council w/ Timur Ender

In this episode, I reconnect with Timur Ender, who is running for city council in Portland, Oregon's newly created East Portland District. Timur has a long history of ...

Live to Ride w/ Peter Flax (New Book Profile)

In this episode, I connect with Peter Flax, author of the fabulous new book Live To Ride: Finding Joy and Meaning on a Bicycle. We discuss the fact that if you're ridi...

E-Bike Benefits Calculation w/ Bryn Grunwald

In this episode, I speak with Bryn Grunwald on RMI's Carbon Free Transport Team about their new tools and calculators for measuring the benefits and impacts of shiftin...

Making Walkable, Bikeable Cities w/ Jeff Speck & Chris Dempsey

In this episode, you'll meet the duo behind the newest urbanism super-firm, Speck Dempsey, Jeff Speck, author of Walkable City, and Chris Dempsey, former Assistant Sec...

North America's Transportation Prodigy Petru Sofio

In this episode, I connect with Petru Sofio, a passionate young transportation prodigy who is currently a high school senior in Arlington, MA, a small Boston area comm...

Dutch Values Reflected in Public Space w/ Cathy Tuttle

In the episode, I welcome back Cathy Tuttle, an anthropologist and planner, currently living in Utrecht in The Netherlands, to discuss her recent work in and studies o...

Ethics in Transportation Engineering w/ Jeanie Ward-Waller

Ethically, we should reduce highway lane miles, not expand them. In this episode, I chat with Jeanie Ward-Waller, who made national news last fall when she was let go ...

City Limits: Infrastructure, Inequality, and the Future of America's Highways w/ Megan Kimble

In this episode, I connect with Austin-based journalist and the author of the new book City Limits: Infrastructure, Inequality, and the Future of America's Highways, M...

A Dutch Bike Quest w/ Mike West

In this episode, I talk with Mike West about his quest to import proven Dutch sustainable safety mobility design concepts into his home state of Utah. Mike is a city p...

The Fietspad Book w/ Roy Symons

In this episode, I connect with Burnaby, BC-based transportation engineer Roy Symons, for a chat about his beautiful book fietspad: A Journey Through The Netherlands D...

Stoicism & Active Mobility Infrastructure w/ Prue Oswin

In this episode, I connect with Prue Oswin, founder of Sidelines Traffic from the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia, for a deep conversation about safer active t...

Places for People Pilgrimage w/ Darcy Kitching

Darcy Varney Kitching with Boulder Transportation Connections is back on the pod to talk about her new role in transportation demand management (TDM), share her person...

Taking Strong Towns to New Levels on YouTube w/ Mike Pasternock

In this episode, I reconnect with Michael "Mike" Pasternock, who has catapulted the Strong Towns YouTube Channel to new heights in the past year. We discuss his journe...

Creating Paradise in Our Own Communities w/ Todd Litman

In this episode, I reconnect with Todd Litman, Founder and Executive Director of the Victoria Transport Policy Institute (VTPI) for a discussion about his research int...

Rethink35 Sues TXDOT w/ Kelsey Huse & Gregory Bertrand

Rethink35 is suing TxDOT: Why this action has global implications. In this special, bonus episode, I connect with Kelsey Huse and Gregory Bertrand, volunteers with Ret...

On the Frontlines in the Safer Streets Battle w/ Lucy Maloney

In this episode, I connect with Lucy Maloney, an advocate and frequent spokesperson in the battle for safer streets and safe cycling routes in Vancouver, BC. We cover ...

Going Beyond Greenways w/ Robert Searns

In this episode, I connect with Robert "Bob" Searns, the author of Beyond Greenways: The Next Step for City Trails and Walking Routes, a recent book published by Islan...

Fighting for Safer Streets w/ Peter Norton

In this episode, I welcome back Professor Peter Norton of the University of Virginia for a continuation of our discussion about the long legacy of parents fighting for...

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