An unofficial Streetsblog ribbon-cutting on Folsom in Rincon Hill
A fifth of the largest pot of federal money that’s explicitly promised to active transportation users instead went to drivers last year — and advocates say it’s critical that we pass legislation that makes it harder for states to misuse the funds.
Car drivers are selfish. Pedestrians and cyclists are fighting over crumbs. Our roads are unsafe.
Nearly 100 new cars and SUVs released in the United States this year will come equipped with automatic emergency braking systems that proponents will protect pedestrians on our streets — but some advocates wants the government set to stronger standards to ensure they actually work in all road contexts.
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A round up of the three biggest transit agencies and the inevitable return to pre-pandemic service levels