Study: Yes, SUVs Are Deadlier Than Cars — But on Fast Arterials, Pedestrians Die No Matter What
In car-dependent Tennessee, SUVs and pick-ups aren't driving the pedestrian death surge — because speed limits are so high that even the smallest cars will kill anyone they might strike.
Study: What Road Diets Mean For Older Drivers
"After a road diet, all motorists seem to drive at a rate that feels comfortable to a mildly-impaired older adult."
L.A. Looks to Upgrade Forest Lawn Bike Lanes to Protected
LADOT and Councilmember Raman plan to add a mile and a half of plastic bollard protection to existing Forest Lawn Drive bike lanes; the project would reduce the number of car lanes from four to two.
OakDOT Killing Grand Avenue Road Diet at AC Transit’s Request
The beautiful and successful Lakeside two-way cycle track (seen below) was supposed to wrap around the entire lake, but OakDOT, at the request of AC Transit, is significantly cutting back the section on Grand to preserve all six lanes for cars
Talking Headways Podcast: Undoing Autocentric Design in a Michigan City
A Michigan city tries to undo the mistakes of the past. It's hard.