After all, nothing puts a damper on the holiday spirit like a driver striking a person in a crosswalk because they were obscured by a giant inflatable Grinch.
I believe that turning citizens against one another, even in the name of pedestrian safety, is a terrible mistake.
"We have concerns about this technology now — not even considering how complex it might someday become," said one report author.
When the city chooses to install subpar bikeways, or none at all, rather than eliminate space for storing private metal boxes on the public way, it's mostly an issue of political will.
Boston’s biking boom: This summer witnessed a surge of interest in bicycling for transportation, as people got together to organize bike convoys during the Orange Line shutdown and the Bluebikes system set numerous new ridership records. Even Boston Mayor Michelle Wu started biking to work from her home in Roslindale to City Hall and the City […]
New York just got more room to celebrate the holidays this year — well, only on Sundays.