2018/07/03: “There is this false narrative, this dangerous lie, that people on bikes are somehow getting away with something, that they’re not paying their way,” Toderian explains. “This isn’t just a little wrong, it’s a lot wrong. We know factually that walking and biking are the two ways of getting around that actually save society money for each kilometre travelled. And that’s even before we consider all the many benefits that aren’t just about money.”
The key: Making room for bikes, buses, and other mass transit, and no new concessions for cars.
2015/12/01: The taxi giant is sharing data as part of a charm offensive. But cities can, and must, find a better way
Open data can find your dog, make your commute more efficient, and make government more transparent-if cities will let it.
WAITING for a bus on a drizzly winter morning is miserable. But for London commuters Citymapper, an app, makes it a little more bearable. Users enter their destination into a search box and a range of different ways to get there pop up, along with real-time information about when a bus will arrive or when the next Tube will depart.