A three-month demonstration will add 4 miles of protected bike lanes connecting bike facilities across the center city.
Akron is tackling the problem in a systemic way: With road diets.
Voters already approved the south Phoenix light rail extension as part of a larger transportation package in 2015, but now opponents are trying to get it on the ballot again. Meanwhile, the Federal Transit Administration has expressed concern about local officials bowing to the vocal minority and deciding to revisit/delay the project. (Republic) Congestion pricing […]
If states stop ignoring pedestrians, and get serious about protecting them — like Massachusetts has proposed — enormous resources would be available to improve safety.
A new study shows, naturally enough, drivers are much more likely to safely pass cyclists on roads with protected bike lanes.
Do not try to use single moms to make your case against bike lanes -- especially on Twitter.