Making U.S. cities more pedestrian-friendly is an uphill battle

The pandemic lockdown emptied roadways of cars and provided a brief look at what cities could look like with less-congested streets. Reis Thebault is a West Coast correspondent for The Washington Post. He joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the battles cities are waging to permanently ban cars in certain places in order to create public spaces for walkers and bicyclists, and why this is a watershed moment for the future of public works. His article is “Inside the movement to remake America’s city streets.”