One bill would make the 27 existing transit agencies play together better, and another explores bus-only lanes on the Bay Bridge
In a week of more Muni meltdowns, Director Jeffrey Tumlin gets into the nitty gritty of running transit, making safe streets and moving people around San Francisco
The more expensive the car, the less likely the driver is to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk. But why?
A $5.9-million lawsuit says the city of Portland is negligent for allowing cars to park right up to the intersection — and argues this bad parking policy has already cost pedestrian lives.
Hear it all: trip routing with smart phones, stop sign impacts on safety, how rain affects bus travel times, transit agency equity analysis, and much more!
Study: The more expensive the car, the more likely the driver is a jerk won’t yield to pedestrians (Nevada Current) Early results from car-free Market Street: Buses faster, bicyclists safer, cars on nearby streets a skosh slower (SF Examiner) LAPD says bike crashes went down a little last year–especially where protected bike lanes were installed […]