Commentary: Let’s Talk About the Real “Fatal Flaw” on Valencia
How many people have to die before professional advocates stop endorsing the Valencia Street "experiment" on people?
What is the Life of a Dead Pedestrian Worth?
A Seattle police officer sparked outrage when he joked that the death of pedestrian Jaahnavi Kandula might be settled for as little as $11,000. Some families get even less.
Motorist Kills Pedestrian on Valencia
While distracted/inattentive driving was a primary factor, the non-intuitive and dangerous center-running design almost certainly contributed
A Vital Link in Marin’s Bike Network Threatened
A Larkspur City Council person wants to kill a project to close a gap in Marin's bike network.
Presidio Betrays Promise to Make Arguello Safe
Presidio makes inadequate improvements to Arguello and promises more, but apparently protected bike lanes are no longer on the table
CA Legislature Passes Speed Camera Bill
Now it's up to Governor Newsom to sign it
Study: Grand Ave. Road Diet Unlikely to Slow Buses, Even During Rush Hour
After objections from AC Transit that a road diet and wide, protected bike lanes on Grand Avenue would slow buses, Streetlight Data crunched the numbers.
Here We Go Again: Pedestrian Safety Month Means Watch Out, People!
California Highway Patrol supports Pedestrian Safety Month with yet another tone deaf Public Safety Announcement putting the onus for safety on the most vulnerable people using roads
A Little Girl is Dead. But OakDOT Director Still Won’t Commit to Safety
OakDOT's Fred Kelley told the grandmother of a four-year-old girl killed on Lakeshore that the city can't build protected bike lanes on the east side of Lake Merritt, even though they would have saved the girl's life.