Los Angeles Magazine feels very sorry for Rebecca Grossman, an L.A. socialite who’s become something of a pariah. All she did was kill two children with her Mercedes while apparently racing a former major league pitcher with whom she may or may not have been having an affair, but definitely did drink margaritas with beforehand.
Thanksgiving is the most dangerous holiday to drive, according to one study, and Texas is the most dangerous state to be driving in (Houston Chronicle). Streetsblog also looked into the issue.
Orders for electric buses are coming in fast after the Federal Transit Administration awarded $1.6 billion in grants, but supply-chain issues mean those buses will be delivered more slowly. (Smart Cities Dive)
We do a lot of criticism here on Streetsblog, so in the spirit of the season we thought we’d reflect on what we in the livable streets universe have to be thankful for. We’ll get the most obvious one out of the way: a Department of Transportation that looks at the city’s streets and […]
Happy Thanksgiving! We at Streetsblog are thankful for your readership and your commitment to sustainable transportation and land use. We’ll be taking the long weekend off to enjoy our turkeys and tofurkys and the company of our loved ones. We hope you’ll be doing the same. But first, would you do us a big favor and fill […]
Here’s something to be thankful for over this holiday break: Kids on bicycles. A beautiful thing. We got so many submissions for this one, it was truly inspiring. [smooth=id:51;] Many thanks to all who contributed, including Sarah Gilbert at cafemama, rbairdpccam, baudman, Julian Davies of Totcycle, Barry Childress of Baltimore Spokes, Richard Masoner of Cyclelicious, […]
Can I be a little corny here? Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. Genocide of Native Americans aside (wow, that’s not something I ever thought I’d write) — I’m a fan of secular holidays, especially those that encourage us to give thanks for what we already have, rather than force us to go out […]
We’re going to take today off to spend four hours on various trains, subways and feet to visit relatives in the country, but we’ll be back on Friday with a heaping dose of news leftovers. Enjoy your holiday.