Caltrans Readies Guidance for Complete Streets, with a Big Exemption
But somewhere along the way, highway interchanges - roads crossing and going under and over freeways and highways - were exempted from the guidelines
Motorist Kills Pedestrian on Valencia
While distracted/inattentive driving was a primary factor, the non-intuitive and dangerous center-running design almost certainly contributed
Tenderloin School-Street Project Blocked by Parking
Officials talk about how important it is to provide open space for the kids of the Tenderloin. But then they block projects that might interfere with the political third rail of removing private car storage in the public realm.
Is NW Arkansas About to Become the Next Biking Capital of America?
Billionaire philanthropists and bike-friendly local governments have been teaming up to turn an unexpected region of the country into a biking haven. But what will the future look like — and is their example instructive to the rest of the country?
Which Cities Have the Fewest Drinking Fountains — And What It Means for Walking and Biking
As climate change causes temperatures to climb, should cities be doing more to help people who walk and bike stay cool and hydrated?
AC Transit General Manager Responds to Accusations of Obstructing Safety
If Hursch doesn't like Streetsblog's reporting on AC Transit, then he should change the narrative by unequivocally supporting the road diet on Grand
Three East Bay Victories for Safety
14th in Oakland, 40th in Emeryville, and Grand in Alameda all got approvals Tuesday evening for protected bike lanes and other improvements
How Auto-Centric Infrastructure Is Making Us Sick
Instead of endless promises to fix America's "crumbling roads and bridges," filmmaker Andy Boenau argues we need to talk about our crumbling minds and bodies — and how our autocentric infrastructure approach contributes to them.