The infrastructure bill presents a great opportunity to make our towns and cities more walkable. But we must ensure that the money is used for building better pedestrian and bike infrastructure instead of wasted on highway expansion projects.
In a field like planning, that is technical and political, and requires community participation, language accessibility is one necessary tool, but it does not guarantee that the voices of the community will have an impact.
While we’re all annoyed when our latest electronic gizmo conks out after just a few months, by now it’s not all that surprising. But a bike? Surely a bike should last longer, right?
Here's how to spot an unfixable bike designed for the dump.