The latest articles from Ralph Buehler, John Pucher and Alan Altshuler:


Vienna, Austria reduced the car share of trips by a third between 1993 and 2014: from 40% to 27%. The key to Vienna’s success has been a coordinated package of mutually reinforcing transport and land-use policies that have made car use slower, less convenient, and more costly, while improving conditions for walking, cycling, and public transport.

Article here.



Abstract here.

As John Notes, most of this issue of the American Journal of Public Health is devoted to transgender health, “which in the USA is a very controversial issue indeed.”  On the cover: a couple from Toronto.

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