Upstate NY City Makes it Illegal to Block Bicycle LanesBy Vince DiMiceli | | 2 Comments
Surprisingly, there was nothing on the books to stop the dangerous practice. Now, police will be able to issue a ticket for it.
Media Watch: Local Papers Love DriversBy Vince DiMiceli | | 4 Comments
An editorial board in a Missouri town warns that “impatient teens” are going to get themselves killed — by drivers who apparently have the right of way — if something isn’t done to solve the drop-off and pick-up problem at a local high school. Another in Oregon questions whether city buses should be allowed to control […]
DC’s Bus-Only Lane Passes Test, Expanding to SaturdayBy Vince DiMiceli | | No Comments
Weekday dedicated bus lanes being tested in Washington, D.C. will become permanent — and expand to Saturday — starting on Nov. 12, the District Department of Transportation announced on Friday.
Seattle: Uber/Lyft Riders Should Pay for New StreetcarBy Vince DiMiceli | | 3 Comments
Mayor Jenny Durkan hopes to raise nearly $25 million a year with a 51-cent tax on every Uber and Lyft ride — with a portion of the money funding new transit.
Houston May Soon Not Have a Problem with ParkingBy Vince DiMiceli | | 2 Comments
Houston's decision to remove mandatory parking requirements from new developments in two of the city’s more walkable neighborhoods is already bearing fruit, as one forward-thinking developer has cut the amount of car storage in his new shopping center by 25 percent.
France Will Subsidize E-Bike Buyers — But U.S. Won’tBy Vince DiMiceli | | 7 Comments
In the U.S., federal tax breaks that can knock up to $7,500 off the cost of a new electric vehicle have been available to car drivers for years, but those hoping to upgrade their old 10-speed to an e-bike have always had to pay full boat.