All posts tagged “public transit

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Slot-based intersections

If you don’t follow the work of MIT’s Senseable City Lab, I highly recommend that you start.  Earlier this year, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Swiss Institute of Technology, and the Italian National Research Council developed something that they call “slot-based intersections.” In… Read More

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Towards car-free living

Right now, there’s an apartment building in San Francisco that is trying to encourage car-free living by offering residents a $100 per month credit that can be used for Uber and/or for public transit. Prospective residents can even get a $20 credit to go check… Read More