A small sampling of the diverse tapestry of bicycle-powered change happening throughout California.
The actor's crash is the kind of extreme collision about which even the most avowed Vision Zero advocates typically stay silent — possibly because, secretly, they are not totally sure the crash could have been prevented. But Heche's crash was absolutely preventable. Here's why.
Obviously, there are positives, but there are also a lot of potential negatives. Let’s use the federal environmental-assessment process the way it’s meant to be used, and understand the negatives in order to combat them.
The meat grinder of the Appropriations process spits out a few wins
With the hit-and-run killing of Pablo Rodriguez, 55, struck on his bike in the East Side community, Chicago has lost six cyclists to traffic violence this year. According to police, on Thursday, August 11, at about 6:15 a.m., this driver fatally struck Rodriguez from behind as he bicycled north under a viaduct in the 9900 […]
American culture, and particularly American transportation culture, is profoundly rooted in the idea that traveling fast is best — because if we don't, that culture insists, we won't be able to make or spend money efficiently enough to retain our position as a global economic superpower. But it doesn't have to be that way — and we don't have to live in a dromocracy. Here's why.