Today’s Headlines

  • GOP Tax Bill Will Hit City Finances Hard (Curbed)
  • Texas Governor Blasts Austin’s Plan for Bus Lanes (KUVE, Spectrum News)
  • MDOT Moves Ahead With Plan to Remove Downtown Detroit Freeway (Free Press)
  • Complete Streets Coalition Starts Scoring Complete Streets Policies Based on Equitable Results (Fast Lane)
  • OKC Complete Street Is Not What the City Promised (Oklahoman)
  • Bicycling Magazine Names the Top 25 Most Bike-Friendly Companies
  • Phoenix Light Rail: 9 Years Old and Still Growing (Downtown Devil)
  • Tempe Streetcar Price Tag Could Rise (KJZZ)
  • Police Sweeps Reduce Ridership on Salt Lake City Transit (Tribune)
  • Minneapolis Is Serious About People Shoveling Their Sidewalks (Star-Trib)
  • Jeffrey Baker

    The real problem with that OKC boulevard rendering is not that bicyclists and pedestrians share it. After all there are very successful instances of shared paths in many cities. The problem, though, is nobody would ever walk down it, because there’s nothing to walk to or from. In that regard, the rendering is pure fantasy.