We ran traffic simulations on our people-first street designs. Here’s what we found
By making it easier and safer to walk, bike, and ride transit, street flow improves for everyone — even drivers.
Four principles for the future of city streets
Cities can leverage design and technology to re-think our streets for pedestrians, bikes, and transit.
Smart City Challenge
Sidewalk and the city of Columbus are exploring ways to reduce infant mortality by improving transportation options.
Driving costs are hidden. Revealing them could help reduce traffic
Navigation apps that show the true cost of a trip might nudge people into making a different decision.
The next-generation intersection helps all modes share the street
Emerging traffic technologies promise to improve safety while moving everyone — not just drivers.
Circling for parking is terrible for cities. Let’s put an end to it.
By connecting drivers to spaces at the start of a trip, tech can help fight the curse of cruising.
The importance of coding the curb
Who says infrastructure management isn’t sexy? A digital street asset inventory can improve parking, planning, transparency, and more.
How ‘shared parking’ can improve city life
More efficient parking systems mean less congestion, fewer emissions, and lower rents.