The 20th annual Chicago Ride of Silence is an opportunity to mourn and reflect on lost lives, part of a global movement to honor people killed and injured on bicycles, and demand changes to keep bike riders safe
Transportation by private car fails the city socially, while transit’s built-in opportunities for contact and cooperation are tools we desperately need to leverage in order to learn how to live together again.
Treating stop signs like yield signs is nearly universal among bike riders, and Idaho stop laws have been shown to reduce bike injuries. Rep. Janet Yang Roh explained why her bill didn't pass – this time.
Adopting the lowest threshold for drunk driving in the nation helped Utah cut alcohol-involved crashes nearly 9 percent in a single year, a new study finds — but better transit might deserve a little credit, too.