It's an indictment of the approach to transportation planning that opts for pedestrian bridges instead of making streets safe for people to cross on foot.
This introductory course, open to all, promises to review California’s commitment to support all modes of transportation, with participants learning how to apply bicycle design concepts that "best balance competing needs on a specific route."
More Safe-Hit Posts on Valencia (SFExaminer) More Loading Space for Uber and Lyft (KALW) Protected Bike Lanes for Part of Lake Merritt (EastBayTimes) Hit & Run Felon Cop of the Castro (SFChron) Muni Bus and Streetcar Collide (SFBay) More on Cable Car Pulley Maintenance (Hoodline) Blackout at 16th and Mission BART (SFGate) Jane Kim Opposes […]
Until yesterday, there was a big gap in Oakland’s bike-share system–there was no place to grab a Ford GoBike near the ferry landing, or the Amtrak station, or anywhere else in Jack London Square. But that was resolved with the unveiling of bike-share stations at Embarcadero West St and Clay Street, just across from the ferry, […]
This week we chat with Brian Reilly about integrating transportation and land use in Albuquerque, where a new bus rapid transit line, ART, forms a backbone of frequent and reliable service for the city's transit system.
The city will increase the size of its bus fleet 16 percent, part of a plan to add service on existing routes, expand service to new routes, and prioritize buses with dedicated lanes.