Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg was in the Bronx yesterday to tout safety improvements on the Grand Concourse, historically one of the borough's most dangerous streets for walking and biking. But a lot more needs to change on the Grand Concourse, which still lacks safe, continuous bikeways and treatments to speed up trips for bus riders.
Kudos to FDOT for delivering on a major milestone of its Complete Streets Implementation Plan.
In recent years, voters across the nation have proven they are willing to approve major infrastructure initiatives if they include public transportation, bicycling, walking, and trails. Tuesday we saw that the trend holds true in Missouri as well.
This Sunday, City Councilmember Jose Huizar will kick off the complete streets project Main & Spring Forward, which includes a protected bike lane couplet.
A group of neighbors worked together to install a temporary traffic calming measure on McBee Street at Ruiz in Austin's Mueller neighborhood for one day -- the last day of 2016.