A recent study funded by the Florida Department of Transportation takes an in-depth look at why the state's streets are so deadly -- and what can be done to change that.
After drivers killed two cyclists in the district last month, Manhattan Community Board 4 is reiterating its request for DOT to install protected bike lanes on crosstown streets in Chelsea and Hell's Kitchen.
Tactical urbanism projects are prompting cities to improve the bike-riding environment.
A Manhattan Institute report found that DOT street redesigns are saving lives, but opposition from electeds and community boards is stifling progress in poorer areas.
It takes a special kind of callousness to say that pedestrians are making city streets dangerous by wearing black. And yet, that's exactly what the Seattle Times did this weekend.