From EV to ZE: 4 Ways that Cities (and States) are Greening Deliveries’ Last Mile

In the United States, heavy- and medium-duty trucks account for nearly a quarter of transportation sector greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). And by...

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Doneliza Joaquin

Program Manager

Encore in Nashville: Smart Zone Pilot Extending and Expanding

We’re excited to share that the Nashville Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure will be expanding and extending the Smart Zone...

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Doneliza Joaquin

Program Manager

Smart Zones 201: Enforcing Smart Zones

It’s been almost a year since the Coord team launched the first Smart Zone program with the Park Omaha team in Omaha, Nebraska.  Since then, we’ve...

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Dawn Miller

VP, Policy & Partnerships

Aug 5, 2020

A Guide for Cities Thinking about Charging for Curbside Loading

Many cities would like the ability to charge fees for the use of loading zones by delivery and service vehicles in the public right of way, but they...

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Dawn Miller

VP, Policy & Partnerships

Jun 11, 2020

Why We Need Walkable Neighborhoods

By Elsie McCord

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Elsie McCord

May 26, 2020

Comparing Loading Zones

How Do I Love Thee, Loading Zones? Let Me Count the Car Lengths. With the continued growth in e-commerce and ride-hailing, a lot of cities are...

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Dawn Miller

VP, Policy & Partnerships

May 7, 2020

What is your Curb Index?

We know our curbs can do more to meet community needs. Several cities have developed excellent frameworks for prioritizing curb space. These...

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Coord

Coord Staff

Mar 11, 2020

Views from the Curb: Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh has made some headlines in the transportation world lately, from the open arms it has extended to autonomous vehicle testing to the “new...

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Dawn Miller

VP, Policy & Partnerships

Feb 19, 2020

Boulder’s Bold Plans for Curb Space Management

Boulder, Colorado is probably best known for the breathtaking Flatirons, the University of Colorado, and the vibrant Pearl Street pedestrian mall at...

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Dawn Miller

VP, Policy & Partnerships

Jan 29, 2020

S(TREE)T: Calculating tree coverage on streets from open data in NYC

Across the globe, large cities strive to advance equity. Cities are mainly concerned with  providing their residents with an equal opportunity to...

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Avigail Vantu

Adjunct Professor, New York University

Jan 9, 2020

Curbs Need to Be a Part of Every City's Vision Zero Action Plan

In late 2018 the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) decided 2019 would be “The Year of the Bike.”  This was before the tragic 2019 spate of NYC...

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Dawn Miller

VP, Policy & Partnerships

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