Bridgetolls.org presents the very compelling fiscal and policy case for tolls on New York's East River bridges.
Streetsblog, a lively site covering "the NYC streets renaissance."
Transportation Alternatives (TA)
TA's semi-independent Brooklyn Committee
Time's Up! is "an environmental organization based in New York City. Among other actions and activities, Time's Up! sponsors a number of bicycle rides." This language is from their home page. It's too modest.
RoW co-founder Charlie Komanoff, with colleague Daniel Rosenblum, have founded the Carbon Tax Center -- not the sexiest name in the world, but a vital site concerned with what is, probably, the only effective way to reverse global warming.
The Coalition for Alternative Transportation "makes it easier to get around. Better travel options reduce the negatives associated with transportation, such as congestion and pollution. Curbing over-reliance on the automobile combats everything from obesity to [...] car crashes."
A group of bicycle activists in Austin, Texas maintain this very interesting site.
How about defenestrating cars? Car Busters, a lively outfit in Prague, continues that attractive city's flashpoint tradition.
Traffic Life, ?an anthology about the negative aspects of cars and car culture. Stories, poems, cartoons, songs, paintings.
Repentant sinners can be found at the Regional Plan Association, who were instrumental in getting us into this mess and have recently realized that we need to find a way out.
Much fascinating information at the Federal Bureau of Transportation Statistics.
Interesting material and lots of good links at carfree.com.
STOP CAR VIOLENCE t-shirts are available at Blackout Books (Avenue B/
2nd-3rd Sts) or from Time's Up!
per Carter (Craft@panix.com). Price
either way is $12.00 . Sizes avail are L and XL, maybe a couple of
M left. Colors are Black, Navy Blue, Royal Blue and Purple.
Front: Time's Up! logo (pocket size/ placement)
Back : "Stop Car Violence" stencil-style, with flatso in the middle.