Tag: pedestrian

    Opinion: does the “driverless” car industry have a future?

    Let’s get acquainted with Jarrett Walker’s insights into “Right of Way,” a book written last year by Angie Schmitt that influences the traffic safety conversation and pushes the fields of planning and engineering in new directions. Walker discusses the book “Right of Way: Race, Class, and the Silent Epidemic of Pedestrian Deaths in America.” This […]

    AlUla’s ‘green pedestrian spine’: ‘journey through time’ along the ancient incense route

    A living museum. That is hardly a phrase usually heard to describe an ancient site whose history stretches back some 2,000 years to the time of the Nabataeans, an enigmatic people whose trading empire carved out this mysterious hidden gem, known today as AlUla. The site will soon enjoy a second chance at glory thanks […]