Visitors coming in from North America in the last 48 hours. Do you think this may correlate with something when it comes to policy and practice?
Map showing location of readers consulting World Streets in the last week. Can you find yourself there?
Over the last week we have been hard at work preparing our sources on Car Free Days planning as we do each year. Yesterday’s piece on “Car Free Days Planning and Implementation” provides a summary of this shared resource base. the following map identifies reader hits over the last week by location.
To calm the passions of our spirited (but still unfinished) hate cycles/hate cars debate, here is a follow-up to our no less heady discussions on cities and cycling maps. You will see the background on all that and the interim results just below – but for now, let me introduce the map that I use each day here in Paris when I need some help for trip planning. I am sure there must be better ones out there that we shall be hearing about, but this is not a bad way to get this discussion moving here. Continue reading
Going into our third year of publication, World Streets thus far offers to our readers close to one thousand easily retrievable original articles and twice as many illustrative graphics on a broad range of tools, measures and topics that relate in some useful way to the up-hill push to sustainable transport policy and practice in and around cities, worldwide. But until now we have not published a single article on OpenStreetMap. This is a significant oversight of an important tool which we would now like to remedy. Continue reading