They walked and biked to Cheesman Park, escorted by police officers and wrapped in silence, in remembrance of the ever-growing list of people killed while walking, biking, riding motorcycles, and driving.
It turns out that motorists hitting stationary objects — houses, stores, power lines, bridges — is exceedingly common in Louisville and across the country.
There have been 10 crashes at 13th and Broadway since 2012, including a fatal hit-and-run. I checked out the new signal during morning rush hour, and it's clear that driver's couldn't care less about the new rule — never mind that it's meant to save lives.
Felder has introduced a bill that would raise the speed limit on Ocean Parkway to 30 miles per hour, exempting the street from NYC’s citywide 25 mph limit.