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Lucian Go, NRDC alum, San Francisco

Lucian Go

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Millennials, Mobility, and Multi-Modality

Posted October 1, 2013 by Lucian Go in Living Sustainably

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It no longer takes a transportation planner to see the shift occurring in the travel habits of the millennial generation, which is the largest and most diverse in American history. We’re driving less, walking and biking more, and gravitating towards...continued

Bikesharing: The People Have "Spoke"-n

Posted September 11, 2013 by Lucian Go

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With the recent launch of a bikesharing program for the San Francisco Bay Area, it’s no secret that the popularity of shared bikes is on the up and up in major U.S. cities. Bay Area BikeShare brings the country’s fleet...continued

Crowdfixing: Improving Transit with Social Media

Posted January 30, 2013 by Lucian Go in Curbing Pollution, Health and the Environment, Living Sustainably, Moving Beyond Oil, The Media and the Environment

The internet is an integral part of mobility these days, regardless of the method one uses to travel: it can tell you what time your bus or train arrives, and where the nearest stop is. It can find you a...continued

Dynamic Ridesharing: Turning Empty Seats Into Affordable Transportation

Posted December 21, 2012 by Lucian Go in Curbing Pollution, Health and the Environment, Living Sustainably, Moving Beyond Oil, Solving Global Warming

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With much of New York City’s public transit system crippled by flooding and debris due to Superstorm Sandy this past October, Mayor Bloomberg mandated high-occupancy vehicle (HOV 3) lanes on most bridges and tunnels going into Manhattan, recognizing that operational...continued

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