Urbification: Taking the sub out of Calif. suburbs

Walking. Bicycling. Alternatives to Driving Everywhere. Social justice. Alternatives to suburban boredom and waste. And the infrastructure and technology needed to get there.

Thursday, August 14, 2003

Charles Siegel, writing on the Bicycle-Friendly Berkeley Coalition bfbc-talk mail list on Aug. 2 (not archived anywhere): "Comparisons by Newman and Kenworthy show that cities with stop and go traffic have less air pollution than cities with smooth flowing traffic: though there is more pollution per mile driven, people drive less in cities with stop and go traffic, and the net result is less pollution."


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