Senator Portantino’s Bike Conversion Is Paying Off for All
The legislation Portantino has written and championed since his recent conversion reflect what he's learned about safety and priorities on the streets.
Commentary: SFMTA Needs to Tow Bike Lane Parkers
It wouldn't take a lot of tows to get people thinking more carefully about where they park.
It’s 2023 and L.A. City Is Still Widening Lots of Roads
L.A. City street widening is expensive, and adversely impacts safety, health, climate, air, water, noise, housing, historic preservation, and more
It’s Safe to Ride Transit
BART ridership is still only at about forty percent of its pre-pandemic levels, and that media-fed perception of danger might be one factor in the slow recovery rate.
Eyes on the Intersection: Quick Update on Telegraph
The Bay Area is getting closer to having its first protected bike lane AND intersection project in a merchant corridor completed. Despite what merchants feared, Armageddon has not yet commenced!
Why Do We Love Cars More Than We Love Our Children?
The county spent $8.9M redoing Huntington Drive and didn't make it safe for bicycling. What if we had given up a lane to create a place for bicycles that is physically separated from all those speeding cars?
LAPD Traffic Safety PSA Scolds Pedestrian for Getting Hit by Red Light Runner
Sometimes recycling isn't good for the environment.
How Communities Can Fight Back Against Ever-Larger Cars and Trucks
What can cities do to stem the megacar crisis while the feds drag their feet?
Missing Metro Regional Connector First/Last Mile Facilities Worse Than Reported Earlier
Metro and LADOT quietly omitted and downgraded extensive bike and walk improvements approved and funded for Little Tokyo - in addition to omissions at Grand and Broadway stations
Baldwin Park Pilots Roundabout on City’s North Side
The temporary roundabout is located on Maine Avenue, the location of several other mobility and livability projects