It took only one tweet, and the Manual on Uniform Traffic Engineering Excuses practically wrote itself.
A guest post from a Streetsblog reader about the perils of riding a bike on 15th Street.
The 11th-hour opposition campaign seeks to stop a project supported by 75 percent of neighborhood residents just three years ago.
The redesign will narrow crossing distances 26 percent, add painted pedestrians islands, and provide physical protection for the Ninth Street bike lane.
Uprooting economically vulnerable people to make room for roads isn't a relic of the 1960s -- it's alive and well in Maryland in 2018.
"Many, many lives have been saved, but last night, the leader of our state failed us," said Amy Cohen. "He got a bridge named after his father, he got a train, but he failed to pass the speed camera program."