Kea Wilson Recent Posts STREETSBLOG USA Post-COVID, Workers Say They Still Won’t Want to Drive By Kea Wilson | Jul 15, 2020 | No Comments 32 percent of Americans said they’d prefer to ditch their commutes altogether and work from home every day. STREETSBLOG USA States Should Imitate This Scottish E-Bike Program By Kea Wilson | Jul 9, 2020 | No Comments E-bike sales are growing in the U.S. — and could climb higher if governments recognized the crucial role that e-bikes could play for a transit-leery public during the pandemic. STREETSBLOG USA The Streetsblog Guide to the INVEST Act By Kea Wilson | Jul 1, 2020 | No Comments Our Congresspeople are reportedly likely to vote on a major infrastructure bill soon — and if they succeed, it will have big consequences for the future of sustainable transportation in the U.S. STREETSBLOG USA Study: Self-Driving Cars Are Worse at Detecting Darker-Skinned Pedestrians By Kea Wilson | Jun 18, 2020 | No Comments Autonomous vehicles might not solve the already disproportionate pedestrian death toll faced by black communities. STREETSBLOG USA Study: Police Are Weak Deterrent to Texting While Driving By Kea Wilson | Jun 12, 2020 | No Comments The threat of police enforcement isn’t deterring dangerous drivers from texting behind the wheel, a new study shows — the latest reminder that law enforcement is unreliable in making streets safer. STREETSBLOG USA NACTO Issues New Playbook for ‘Physical Distancing’ on City Streets By Kea Wilson | May 22, 2020 | No Comments STREETSBLOG USA Watchdog Agency Calls for Stronger Pedestrian Safety Standards in New Cars By Kea Wilson | Apr 30, 2020 | No Comments Current U.S. safety standards protect drivers in crashes, but make no effort to protect the people they hit. STREETSBLOG USA Auto Lenders Are Helping Fuel Pedestrian Death Crisis By Kea Wilson | Feb 21, 2020 | No Comments STREETSBLOG USA Study: Apartments With Free Parking Reduce Transit Ridership By Kea Wilson | Jan 29, 2020 | No Comments If your home comes with a free parking spot, you'll probably use it.