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New Law Would Honor Legacy of Slain Cyclist Sarah Langenkamp By Helping Cities Fill Bike Network GapsBy Kea Wilson |
A new bill would encourage U.S. communities to use their federal safety dollars to fill the holes in city bike networks, and honor the legacy of an American hero who lost her life in one.
Thursday’s Headlines on a Downward SpiralBy Blake Aued |
How to save transit after the pandemic crushed ridership? Find new revenue streams and improve service. But what about fares?
Vision Zero Under the Microscope: Why Aren’t Road Fatalities at 0 Yet?By Gabriel Baumgaertner |
Washington D.C. has failed to bring down road fatalities because its Vision Zero program is hampered by limited infrastructure improvements, low funding and inconsistent oversight, part one of a new report reveals.
Wednesday’s Headlines Have Ample ParkingBy Blake Aued |
Car storage has eaten up big chunks of many cities. Some of those cities are starting to wise up.
Boston's ‘Fare Transformation’ Project Is Transforming Into A BoondoggleBy Christian MilNeil |
“There are a thousand things that need to fixed and the fare collection system is not one of them.”
New Report Looks at How Poor Infra and Unfair Enforcement Can Limit Freedom of Movement for Black AmericansBy Cameron Bolton |
The report report suggests that cities like Chicago not only need to provide equitable safety infrastructure in communities of color, they also need to rethink traffic law enforcement in order to remove barriers to mobility.