These are the most popular posts for 2018. If you missed any of these, go read them now, before the Singularity makes everything obsolete.
- 21 Strategies to Solve Congestion * (for second year running, note it was only 10th most popular in the year it was written.)
- What Do We Know About the “First Mile/Last Mile” Problem for Transit? * (by David King)
- Signalling Inequality (Blog version, adding views of the version on the Conversation: How traffic signals favour cars and discourage walking, would make this #1)
- Road Rent – On the Opportunity Cost of Land Used for Roads
- How much time is spent at traffic signals?
- A Pedestrian Bill of Rights
- Why is the Walking Man White?*
- Why is Public Transport Use Higher in Australia and What to Do about it?
- An Argument in Favour of Streetcars.
- On Academic Compliance Bullsh*t.
- Evolution of the Sydney Trams Network
- Speed vs. Safety
- Five rings, five continents, five Olympic host cities*
- Are Australian Vehicles Getting Bigger?
- Uber’s Self-Driving Car Killed Someone Today.
- On the Four Paths
- Is Reducing a Negative Externality a Positive Externality (Or on biking and Vikings)
- Observations of Canberra
Those published in earlier years marked with an *.
The most popular post was 2x the second most popular post, 4x the third post, and 7x the fourth post (and 60x the 18th post). So much for a Zipf rule.