What will the US$1.2 trillion infrastructure bill pay for? Here are some of the things it will help build, fix or remove.
Two urban policy experts explain why taking down highways that have isolated low-income and minority neighborhoods for decades is an important part of the pending infrastructure bill.
Public protests eventually forced the scrapping of some proposed freeways in 1973. Today, we have another round of projects and people are protesting again, with good reason. Government should listen.
Transport modelling has been tarnished by its use to justify the predetermined projects politicians favour. But, if used more transparently, it’s a valuable tool for planning our future cities.
The Victorian government plans to destroy trees and sites sacred to Djab Warrung people to make way for the Western Highway at the same time as it seeks heritage listing for the Eastern Freeway.
Various attempts have been made to complete Cape Town’s Foreshore Freeway scheme. A new approach is needed.
‘The Mother Road’ is one step closer to becoming a National Historic Trail, which would allocate funds for struggling towns along the original Route 66.
Instead of focusing on freeways, governments should change the way we pay for urban roads and public transport.