After the passage of a road safety bill in 2021, proponents see another opportunity.
When forced to choose between cars and people, the fourth-largest city in the United States has a long history of siding with the former.
Dallas’ paltry public transit system makes owning a car all but required. So as the metroplex booms, many low-income residents are shut out of jobs and services they need.
Highway expansion is the Lone Star State’s status-quo solution to easing traffic—but it actually leads to more congestion and displaced communities.
The president’s proposed budget cuts billions in federal aid for residents of the state’s sparsely populated areas.
Nirenberg doesn’t identify with a specific political party, but thinks future-focused candidates are in a prime position to take back the state.
Lessons I learned from hustling for a living in the brave new ‘gig economy’.