George Kevin Jordan
State Pols Make Safe Streets Activists in Indianapolis See Red over Right TurnsBy George Kevin Jordan | | No Comments
The Indianapolis City-County Council proposed several no-turn-on-red initiatives to improve safety. But then all hell broke loose at the statehouse.
Electeds, DC Advocates Ride Together For Policy ChangeBy George Kevin Jordan | | No Comments
A recent ride through the nation’s capital brought advocates and politicos together to experience life behind a set of handlebars — and rally support for new policies that could make that experience less deadly.
D.C.’s ‘Free Fares Vs. Good Service’ Debate Isn’t What You ThinkBy George Kevin Jordan | | No Comments
In the end, the nation's capital may not get either.
DC Becomes the First US Community to Use AI Tech to Catch Bus-Stop-BlockersBy George Kevin Jordan | | No Comments
Advocates are hoping the initiative will inspire other communities to embrace technology they say can provide faster, safer, and more reliable service for riders.
Study: Why Repealing Helmet Laws Doesn’t Necessarily Decrease Helmet UseBy George Kevin Jordan | | No Comments
One Washington county’s decision to stop requiring cyclists to wear helmets by law was associated with an increase in helmet use, a new study finds — and that finding could have a major impact for advocates of equitable cycling legislation nationwide.