A massive coalition of global health authorities, government leaders and advocates are calling on communities around the world to inoculate themselves against the other pandemic that’s killing their residents during COVID-19: speeding drivers.
Climate change is happening now, and impacts will get worse (Capitol Weekly) A.B. 1238 could bring the freedom to cross the street without fear of a ticket (Witness LA) Free rides on Metrolink this week for people with bikes (Spectrum) San Diego County considers VMT-based development fees (KPBS) Homeless camp backlash reaches a turning point […]
A "safety advocate" rewrote the story of her friend's tragic death and has been using it to bolster for her personal "safety" agenda.
Councilmember de León is seeking an alternative "maintaining two through lanes" for drivers - and asking Metro to hold a series of well-advertised in-person meetings.
Sure, amending the MUTCD is long overdue. But it's also time to set strong standards that go beyond actual street signage and into the digital realm, advocates say.
If there's been a silver lining to the COVID crisis, it's certainly that for the first time some space between buildings has been wrestled away from the all-but exclusive use of motorists. The Cool Solution podcast did a great piece about a few of the scrappy activists