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[Scotland] Watch for "safe home policies" to surface in other global cities where there is a lack of workforce access to safe and affordable late-night transportation.
Read 'Working Nights,' a report on nocturnal work, including a set of proposed infrastructures to enable worker freedom and well-being.
The 24-Hour Cities Network, co-chaired by Bogota and New York, is a multistakeholder community of cities, academics, experts, activists and select private sector partners.
The American Planning Association's National Planning Conference 2023 will be held in Philadelphia, Apr. 1-4, 2023. Interestingly, it will then be streamed Apr. 26-28, 2023.
The document contains a ten-point plan designed harness the benefits of women being able to participate and enjoy the diverse offerings of Sydney's nighttime economy.
Cities Today has an article about how London is working to make public transportation safer for women and girls. One idea has become controversial.
Join PeopleForBikes on Wed, Feb 8, 2023, for an in-depth review of the 2022 U.S. Bicycling Participation Study. Make that DAYLIGHT Participation Study.
More Americans rode a bike in 2022 than in any year previously measured. Approximately 108 million people ages 3 and older rode bicycles at least once last year.
London’s Night Czar, Amy Lamé, has invited nighttime stakeholders to the inaugural London at Night Conference, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023, at Woolwich Works.