Essay: Five Car Crashes, Over $100,000 in Damages, And No AnswersBy Wyatt Gordon | | No Comments
Most people ring in the new year with a glass of champagne and perhaps even a kiss at midnight for good luck. Richmond resident (and my neighbor) Marilyn Joyner started her 2022 in a far worse fashion — with a driver slamming his sedan into the side of her home in the wee hours of the morning.
Could Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Help Heal the Scars Highways Created?By Wyatt Gordon | | No Comments
From the interstate highway system to public housing, some of America’s most discriminatory and damaging policies have been implemented under the auspices of the need for better infrastructure. A recent visit from Sec. Buttigieg highlighted what the USDOT hopes to do to reverse the harm.
Slowing Down Virginia DriversBy Wyatt Gordon | | No Comments
Controversies around equitable enforcement and the political unpopularity of speeding cameras mean that no one can say what Virginia's new road-safety program will look like when details are debuted this fall.