This week, we're chatting with Angie Schmitt about her must-read new book "Right of Way: Race, Class, and the Silent Epidemic of Pedestrian Deaths in America."
Transportation for America is organizing a tweetstorm today. Plus other news.
Scooter ridership is down this year per vehicle compared to last year, but the average trip length is longer, and the companies have been doing a better job of complying with equity rules.
But safe streets advocates fear that by holding accountable only the person behind the wheel — rather than the other parties involved in the crash — justice won't really be done.
Amtrak has added new in-car luggage racks to accommodate bicycles for more passengers on its Northeast Regional, Hartford Line, Valley Flyer and Downeaster routes. Several of these routes had previously not allowed bikes on their trains at all; the Downeaster had allowed bikes on its trains, but only if passengers were both boarding and disembarking […]
The company denies protections to its low-income, Black and brown drivers — says a candidate who drove for it. Here's why Albany must rein it in.