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No Traffic Deaths for Three Years: The Story of Hoboken’s Vision Zero Success

The mayor’s attention to Vision Zero leads to years of no traffic deaths.

Minnesota and California Take Steps to Reduce Vehicle Miles Traveled

The two states both approved measures that will set VMT reduction goals and create enforcement mechanisms to promote more climate-friendly policies.

How the future of work, the workforce and the workplace is changing

Deloitte ran in-depth interviews with business leaders, policy makers and researchers across Europe – to set a clear direction for business stakeholders as they trudge through a period of unprecedented workplace disruption. 

In Empty Amsterdam, Reconsidering Tourism

Before Covid-19, the city was packed with visitors. Now efforts to rein in the expected post-pandemic crowds are ramping up, but not without controversy.

More Bikes Lanes, More Bikes: Lessons from the Pandemic

New research ties pop up bike lanes implemented in Europe during the pandemic to increased levels of biking.

Why Hawaii’s remote work program attracted ‘a different type of visitor’

“I was skeptical, but in my first conversation, I learned this was a local group of volunteer CEOs who had a lot of heart in it and had come together to help Hawaii.”

The Promises and Pitfalls of a Modern-Day Boomtown – Williston, North Dakota

A decade ago, Williston, N.D., became a magnet for desperate men, thanks to oil in the Bakken Formation. In an interview, author Michael Smith talks about life in an oil patch and the human cost of fueling the nation.

Renewables met 97% of Scotland’s electricity demand in 2020 – How close is your state and community to 100%?

Industry body Scottish Renewables said output had tripled in the last 10 years, with enough power for the equivalent of seven million households.

Citrus Heights home receives 122 offers in one weekend, sells within three hours

Real estate agent Deb Brittan decided to make a “little friendly wager” when she listed a home for sale in a sleepy Citrus Heights cul-de-sac.

Bosses Are Clueless That Workers Are Miserable and Looking to Leave

A Microsoft study finds 41% of workers may quit this year, while business leaders are “out of touch.”