Call to Action: Help Build a Better Valencia StreetBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
Only 13 percent of people supported abandoning the Dutch-style plan in favor of center-running in last year's SFMTA outreach. Decades of Dutch and Danish planning experience shows center-running doesn't work. But the city forges ahead despite public opinion and international best practices. Join a growing chorus and tell the city to stop gaslighting cyclists and build for safety, not parking.
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition Blinks on Safe ValenciaBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
Advocates give up the fight for Dutch-style protected bike lanes on Valencia. They're making a huge mistake.
Advocates Push Back Against Valencia Center-Running-Bike-Lane Bait-and-SwitchBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
Let's be clear: center running is worse than nothing
San Francisco Officially Opens Two-Way Battery Bike LaneBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
It's sad that SFMTA, in 2023, with record fatalities due to traffic violence in 2022, is still "experimenting" on humans and building and boasting about such bare-bone, "better than nothing" designs.
Q&A: Councilmember Fife has had it with Oakland’s Dangerous StreetsBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
"I'm willing to go all the way to keep people safe" says District 3 Oakland City Councilmember Carroll Fife
High-Speed Rail to Vegas Clears Another HurdleBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
The dream of high-speed rail from the major cities of California to Las Vegas takes a step forward
Commentary: Western Alameda Bike/Ped Bridge Proposal Is Too Damn ComplicatedBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
There's a reason the San Francisco Chronicle is saying it may never be built
Jeffrey Tumlin Stereotypes Cyclists, Fans Anti-bike HateBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
SFMTA director talks about civility, even as he stereotypes people on bikes and pours gasoline on anti-cyclist fervor
Q&A: High Speed Rail UpdateBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
"We're designing a rail line from scratch to reach high speeds for the first time ever in the U.S."
Lawmaker, Walk S.F., Renew Support for Vision ZeroBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
Walk San Francisco and Supervisor Dean Preston try again to get San Francisco lawmakers and bureaucrats to value life over parking
San Francisco Advocates Launch Web Page to Track Slow StreetsBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
What are Slow Streets? Where are they? And in what cities are the implemented? Now the answers are available for cities and advocates of livable streets.
Caltrans D4 Gets Another “Environmental” Award for Highway WideningBy Roger Rudick | | No Comments
Why actually try to fight global warming and make a more sustainable future when you can just lie about it?