George Kevin Jordan
George Kevin Jordan is a freelance writer based out of Washington, DC.
D.C. to Dangerous Drivers: We Will Slow You Down!
Dangerous drivers would be forced to slow down thanks to in-car technology under a first-in-the-nation bill that just passed in the Washington, D.C. City Council.
Automated Bike Lane Enforcement Laws Are Taking Off — And So Is Camera Tech
A new AI-equipped technology helps cities identify when drivers park in unprotected lanes — and possibly, hit them with fines.
Study: E-Bikes Can Help Seniors and People With Disabilities — If They Can Overcome Barriers to Riding
There's lots of potential, but anyone hoping to get seniors and the disabled riding must first understand their concerns and barriers.
Report: Americans Are Walking Less As Pedestrian Deaths Rise
America's walking rates took a nosedive during the pandemic — and they still haven't recovered.
Kids Need a Head Start Just to Get to Head Start: Report
Just getting to a proven pre-school program can be impossible for hundreds of thousands of kids, a new report shows.
Why Public Health Officials Must Play a Central Role in Traffic Safety
A new study proposes public health officials and planners treat traffic violence as an epidemiological problem.
How Four Black Advocates Are Charting a Path to a More Inclusive Bike Community
Streetsblog talked to four Black bike advocates in Atlanta, Los Angeles, and the Twin Cities to get a snapshot of how they're fighting to overcome challenges and expand the vision for what a Black cycling community could look like.
How Sacramento’s Massive Bike Valet Program Is Fueling (and Funding) Its Cycling Movement
A Sacramento bike advocacy org is using bike valet service to steady the books while getting butts out of cars.
What Would Our Cities Look Like if Their Downtowns Had Not Been Torn Apart for Highways?
A new report lays out how much work still needs to be done to undo the damage of our highway system.
Our America: To Combat Alleged Crime, One Town is Banning Walking and Biking at Night
Police and city officials in a small Lousiana town have banned biking and walking after 11 p.m., leaving some advocates concerned about government overreach and the law’s potential on marginalized communities.