I think you’ll like this week’s issue. CityLab is highlighting buses and why they’re essential to pieces of the urban transportation network, while Vox has an in-depth look at the progress being made on electrification of bus fleets.
There were also new details this week on what may have caused a self-driving Uber to kill a pedestrian in March, leading to new questions about the system’s safety. I’m also continuing the focus on public housing with a piece on how the US might learn from European cities.
Finally, we end off with quick links to other great reads. I really liked the articles about trains on the Korean peninsula and how Arctic cities are dealing with thawing permafrost.
Have a great week!