San Francisco’s new approach to coaxing developers to add more alternative-transport perks than ever before could serve as a data-driven model for cities all over the world who struggle with traffic congestion.

In an article by Wired on Thursday, the magazine takes a look at a city ordinance passed by the city’s Board of Supervisors this week that requires both commercial and residential developers to add non-driving transportation features to their projects. Each of those features is then awarded…