When Bouquet learned there were some board members who didn’t use RTD at all, he felt he could bring a new perspective. “I decided to run because I thought we needed a perspective from riders,” Bouquet said. “We need to be hearing from people that actually have experience riding trains or buses.”
We warn cigarette buyers that they might expose their children to second-hand smoke. Why not warn drivers of their impact on society?
The Big Dog thinks he knows the best plan for an essential, but long-stalled, rail project. What is he doing?
Those who kill or maim rarely face such scrutiny before being allowed to return to the roads. Collision investigations ought to build in that capability.
Can e-bikes help Americans quash their car habits? Streetsblog USA Editor Kea Wilson says yes.
New York needs to make the billionaires who disproportionately benefit from government to pay their fair share, a lawmaker argues.