By allowing people on bikes to legally ride west on the short one-way eastbound segment of Sunnyside next to the park, the lane opens up a new way to bike west from Ashland to the 312 RiverRun.
Last time on the Brake, we chatted with authors Robert Braun and Richard Randell about why automobility isn't really about cars at all — and how it's beocme what they call a "totalitarian system" that touches virtually every part of our lives. Today, we bring you part two of that conversation, and dive into the difficult question of what a world beyond automobility might look like — and how on Earth we might get there. Would it be good enough to just make automobility less destructive by equipping cars with batteries and automated driving features? How different would our world look if the evidence of automobility's violence wasn't immediately hidden from the public eye? And could the tobacco industry serve as an example for regulating not just the car itself, but the culture that surrounds it?
There are seven toll scenarios in the environmental assessment for congestion pricing. Let our matchmaker weed out Toll Wrong.
There's a bicycle booby trap in the park. The Music Concourse manager refuses to fix it. The City Attorney and the Board of Supervisors must intervene.
If completed, the site would become a part of the greater network of transportation and recreation infrastructure on the Southeast Side.
Washington and Oregon, which have similar distracted driving law on cellphone use, reduced crashes at a higher rate than California