Well, here's an argument for walkability: In response to an air pollution crisis thanks to unseasonably warm weather, Paris recently banned half its cars from the city and introduced periods of free public transportation. The Atlantic Cities weighs in on the plan, which splits driving days between cars with even- and odd-numbered license plates. And while Fergus O'Sullivan focuses on the use of diesel fuel in the big picture, it's got us wondering more about whether transit-oriented development folks will use this as fodder for arguments of increased walkability. Read More