I maintain an active blog on matters which are broadly relating to transport planning for active travel, with a strong focus on cycling.
One of the recurring themes of this blog is that the idea that motorists have to be inconvenienced or punished so that streets can be made more friendly to pedestrians and cyclists is a myth that is propagated by those who have an interest in the status quo.
Effective transport planning can ensure that all modes can move as freely as possible, whereas heavy restrictions on motorised traffic only need to be applied in historic city cores, where there simply never should have been space for motoring in the first place.
Most of my blog posts are under the heading of “pedal parity.”
I will also add a few articles to my blog here covering general topics relating to transport planning.