It's easier to blame pedestrian deaths on victims than to confront our responsibility to create a safer transportation system.
Florida DOT Considers Lower Speed Limits, Narrower Car Lanes to Improve Tampa Bay Safety (WFTS) Hourly Commuter Rail Between New Haven, Hartford, and Springfield Set to Launch Next May (Courant) Trump Administration Replaces Obama Appointees on WMATA Board With Bush-Era Officials (WAMU, Hill) MyNorthwest Columnist Wants Seattle to Follow Honolulu’s Lead and Enact More Anti-Pedestrian […]
Portland's program will offer a mix of tandems, hand-cycles, and three-wheeled bikes.
Multiple Sources Confirm: Trump’s “Infrastructure Plan” Is Not Going Anywhere (NYT) SEPTA Pins Falling Ridership on Growth of Uber, Lyft; Promises to Rethink Bus Service (Philly.com) Springfield Transit Authority Cut Service to Balance Budget, Drawing MassDOT Scrutiny (WAMC) Denver Post Editorial: “Why Not Tax the Bicyclists? …We Are Intrigued” by Statewide Bike Tax Idea Seattle Times […]
Don't waste time trying to convince people to feel warmly about bicycling.
A recent study funded by the Florida Department of Transportation takes an in-depth look at why the state's streets are so deadly -- and what can be done to change that.