The vast majority of us agree that texting while driving is bad—and yet, this behavior remains common. Behavioral interventions can help.
TDL Brief: People Want to Be Outside Cities
From a lack of public green space to roads clogged up with cars, cities are failing to meet the needs of their citizens—and now, many of those citizens are leaving. TDL gathers some outside perspectives on how we can improve our cities going forward.
The Stages of Change: How to Motivate, Facilitate, and Reinforce Desired Behaviors
A lack of infrastructure or poor design can impede our capability to change our behavior. Choice architecture is one approach for getting rid of contextual barriers.
What Does Behavioral Science Have to Do With Transportation?
How behavioral science can help us better understand how we make decisions and how different types of information can affect the ways in which we might change our routines.