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Sunday Video: Bakfiets, The Car-Replacement Bike

In The Netherlands, the box bike (bakfiets) has regained popularity across demographics as a way of moving kids and goods. New technology has also...

Midweek Video: Can Miniature Microcars Serve A Niche In Cities?

Miniature microcars are rare in North America, but they're common in Amsterdam and The Netherlands. Jason Slaughter looks into how these cars are more...

Sunday Video: Can Freight Rail and Passenger Rail Coexist?

Freight rail companies usually don't like to play ball with passenger rail operators in North America and that has severe impacts on the quality...

Midweek Video: Can Quality Transit Heal Car-Oriented Suburban Wounds?

Los Angeles was a city built on good transit bones, but somewhere along the way went off the rails with cars and suburbanization. Ray...

Sunday Video: Why Don’t We Have More Double-Decker Buses?

North American transit agencies are discovering double-decker buses, but there's often a lot of excuses for why they aren't more common. Reece Martin looks...

Sunday Video: The Swiss Do Wonders With Trains and It’s Not Just Because of...

In some circles, there is a belief that you have to have large populations to support high quality rail services. Switzerland shows that might...

Sunday Video: Top 10 Cities Devoting Prime Land To Golf Courses

Golf courses take up a huge amount of land and resources to support an activity enjoyed by very few people. In some big cities,...

Midweek Video: Swiss Show That Flat and Dry Isn’t a Recipe For Bike Success

Bike Switzerland? Jason Slaughter of Not Just Bikes visits Swiss cities and finds that they are increasingly becoming more bike-friendly places despite the hills...