Transportation needs a major overhaul. ‘ModeShift’ is a series that explores the past, present, and future of how we move. Many converging factors are forcing us to rethink mobility: Aging infrastructure, outdated planning, inequitable access, and rapid technology shifts. Co-hosts Andrei Greenawalt and Tiffany Chu bring together historical examples, personal stories, and timely case studies to explore the future of transportation in the U.S.
A car-light vision for the U.S.
We built post WWII America around the car. What will it take to rebuild it around people instead?
Transit that works for everyone
If you don’t own a car in America, are you really free? We dig into why the lack of quality transit disproportionately penalizes the most vulnerable, and how cities today are building more equitable public mobility.
A paradigm shift in tech adoption
Transportation has seen more changes in the last 100 months than in the last 100 years. See how technology is contributing to the rapid growth of public transit, from urban city centers to sprawling rural communities.
A new era for rural transit
Why rural transit is much more difficult to reinvent than urban transit.
The politics of reshaping transit
Transit, from Capitol Hill to city hall.
Transit on the brink
How did we get to a point where our transit system is under so much pressure – at a time when investment is needed most?
Fantastic show focusing on prioritizing transit and sustainable transportation
As a Transportation Planner, I very much resonate with the two of you and the topics discussed. Hoping to leverage this show in my daily practice and help create a more sustainable future for travel and transit in the US!
Great transit explainer!
I learned a lot in each episode.
At last, dealing with Transportation
This podcast is a breath of fresh air: professional, fact based, deals with human impact, and does not preach. It’s an exploration, a thoughtful, discussion, and a showcase for progressive ideas that are working. Thank you!